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South Napa Earthquake - go to the CRA's Situation Reports group for information and updates.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Partners:

At 03:20 on August, 24 a 6.1M earthquake struck five miles northwest of American River, CA. Earthquake nucleated at a depth of 10.8km. Ground shaking was felt as far south as Salinas, east to Sacramento, and north to Ukiah.

Some Structure damage, fires, power outages, and gas leaks have been reported. Shelter has been established at Napa High School located at, 2475 Jefferson Street, Napa.

The aftershock forecast, based on the USGS "generic" earthquake sequence has a likelihood of Magnitude 5 and larger for the next 7 days of 54%.

CalOES and local situation reports and updates can be accessed by CRA members through the Situation Reports group as they become available.

If you have eyewitness reports, needs, or assets that you would like to make available to the local or state response, please contact us at info@caresiliency.org.

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Your company has resources such as supplies, transportation, distribution capabilities, IT/communications, construction equipment and facilities that are much-needed in a disaster. You want to ensure that these resources reach those in need on time - a challenge that has, in previous disasters, seemed insurmountable as emergency managers take valuable time trying to find resources. Government cannot do it alone but needs the participation of the private sector -- in advance.

Your company can increase the cost effectiveness and impact of its disaster relief in-kind donations. The California Resilience Alliance Disaster Asset Registry (CRADAR) is a database of pre-identified private sector resources available to emergency management officials in time of emergency.

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