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Napa, CA, August 28, 2014 ; Secondary steel structural support inside the historic Borreo Building on Third Street in the City of Napa, California, which survived a 6.0 earthquake on August 24, 2014 with minor damage. Named after the Borreo family who once owned the historic stone structure, the Italianate Renaissance Borreo Building was built in 1877 and constructed of native cut stone. The building was seismically stabilized and retrofitted with mitigation assistance from FEMA in 2001. FEMA supports state, local and tribal governments in their efforts to recover from natural disasters and mitigate all hazards. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA

Napa, CA, August 28, 2014 ; Secondary steel structural support inside the historic Borreo Building on Third Street in the City of Napa, California, which survived a 6.0 earthquake on August 24, 2014 with minor damage. Named after the Borreo family who once owned the historic stone structure, the Italianate Renaissance Borreo Building was built in 1877 and constructed of native cut stone. The building was seismically stabilized and retrofitted with mitigation assistance from FEMA in 2001. FEMA supports state, local and tribal governments in their efforts to recover from natural disasters and mitigate all hazards. Photo by Christopher Mardorf / FEMA

 
 
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Date Taken: 2014-08-28 15:28:36 UTC

Photographer Name: Christopher Mardorf

City/State: Napa, CA

Keywords: Earthquake

Disasters: California Earthquake (DR-4193)

Disaster Types: Earthquake

Categories: Debris ^ Mitigation
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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