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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Napa Stations go Down Briefly During Quake


Sunday morning?s 6.1 magnitude earthquake took out Napa radio stations KVON and KVYN for about a half hour until backup generators kicked in. KVYN Afternoon host Mindi Levine tells Deadline in Hollywood that, ?Some book cases fell over, and some computer equipment and files were smashed, but no one?s been hurt, thank God.? Once the power was back up the stations were back on the air reporting live about the worst quake in that area since 1989. The stations are owned by Wine Country Broadcasting.

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