NAPA VALLEY, Calif. — The Church in northern California is helping respond to a major earthquake that shook Napa Valley early Sunday morning, the largest earthquake to hit the area in 25 years.
Jennielynn Holmes, director of shelter and housing for Catholic Charities in the area, said they are partnering with local emergency-response programs to provide assistance.
“There’s a lot of cleanup going on right now,” she told CNA Aug. 25. “The water situation is really bad; they’re not sure if they’ll have it turned on for another week in some locations. ... But [everyone is] working hard; they’ve already fixed up a lot of places where the pavement became uneven.”
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