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$250M or Less in Insured Losses From the Napa Quake

 Thursday, September 4, 2014

 Insurance Journal

Insured losses from the Aug. 24 earthquake that struck Napa, Calif. will not exceed $250 million, according to a risk management firm. Widespread damage was expected from the 6.0 magnitude event, but there wasn’t much business interruption as most area businesses, including wineries, reopened within a week after it struck, said Catastrophe risk manager RMS. There were 250 reported injuries, mostly minor, and no fatalities reported.
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