NAPA (KRON) — Thursday night’s magnitude-4.1 earthquake was fairly small as far as earthquakes go, but it was felt over much of the Bay Area.
The quake was centered near Yountville and Napa, but was felt as far south as Colma.
Thursday’s quake was on the same fault line as the swarm that shook Concord earlier this month.
That’s a different fault line than the big quake that damaged much of downtown Napa in 2014.
Repairs are still being done in many areas of Napa, and Thursday’s quake brought back memories of the Napa earthquake for many.
KRON 4’s Dan Kerman has more in this video report.