The tally of earthquake damages in Napa continues to roll in as of this morning, and schools are closed today across the county. The injury count has continued to rise, with 208 people reportedly injured, and injuries range from cuts and bruises to hip fractures; six people are now listed as critically injured. One of those is 13-year-old Nicholas Dillon, who is in serious condition after a chimney collapsed on him, and is being treated at UC Davis Medical Center, as the Chronicle reports.
One woman, 31-year-old Leigh McDermott, was taken off life support after "suffering a heart attack or some other medical emergency" that may or may not have been related to the earthquake. She was found by her parents in the home they shared unconscious and not breathing about 10 minutes after the quake.
90 to 100 buildings have been red-tagged and deemed uninhabitable, according to KTVU, up from a count of 33 on Sunday. 20 to 30 more inspectors from the state's Department of Emergency Services were expected to arrive Monday, as KRON 4 reports.
About 70,000 homes and businesses in Napa lost gas and electrical power, as the Marin IJ reports, and all but 82 had their utilities restored as of this morning. About 600 hundred homes remain without water due to broken water mains and pipes.
Videos below show images of damaged buildings, including homes, historic buildings, and a collapsed carport at one apartment complex.
For his part, architecture critic John King says that downtown Napa "will survive" this setback, with the city continuing a decade-long effort at revitalization, and most of its historic buildings damages but not destroyed.