Napa Tallies Quake Damage; Students To Return To Classes
DAVID GREENE, HOST:
People farther north in California in Napa are trying to get back to their routines after an earthquake last weekend. The strongest to hit the region in a quarter century. The school district in Napa has been closed for the past two days, but children are heading back to class this morning.
STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:
Now damage from the earthquake could exceed $1 billion we're told. Historic buildings are damaged and the wine industry was affected. But it could've been worse. The Napa-based Wine Institute says that most area wineries are north of the worst affected area and, quote, "seem to have experienced minimal damage and disruption."
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