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In pictures: Quake in San Francisco Bay area

A large earthquake with a magnitude of 6.0 rolled through California's northern Bay Area early Sunday, damaging some buildings, knocking out power to thousands and sending residents running out of their homes in the darkness

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Gurbeer Singh cleans up merchandise which fell due to an earthquake at a 7-Eleven store Sunday, Aug. 24, 2014, in American Canyon, Calif.

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Bricks and fallen rubble cover a car with the old courthouse in the background following the earthquake.

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A Safeway employee cleans up merchandise which fell due to an earthquake Sunday in American Canyon, Calif. Officials say an earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.0 has been reported in California's northern San Francisco Bay area.

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People walk past a tumbled mannequin and broken storefront window on First Street, in Napa, Calif.

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Bricks are in the street after a building was damaged during an earthquake in Napa, Calif.

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The top corner of a building is exposed following the earthquake.

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A youngster rides his scooter over a sidewalk buckled by the earthquake.

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Damage to a downtown building is seen after an earthquake in Napa, California.

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Steve Brody inspects damage to the interior of his mobile home after an earthquake at the Napa Valley Mobile Home Park.

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Napa firemen douse the remains of a mobile home at the Napa Valley Mobile Home Park.

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A mailbox is all that remains of one of four mobile homes which were destroyed in a gas fire at the Napa Valley Mobile Home Park.

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