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By Jim Christie NAPA Calif. (Reuters) - A 6.0 magnitude earthquake rocked wine country north of San Francisco early on Sunday, injuring dozens of people, damaging historic buildings, setting some homes on fire and causing power outages around the picturesque town of Napa. The biggest quake in the region in 25 years jolted many residents out of bed when it hit at 3:20 a.m. local time (0620 ET), centered 6 miles (10 km) south of the City of Napa. Three people were seriously injured, including a child who had multiple fractures after a fireplace fell on him, local fire battalion chief John Callahan said. There were no reports of any fatalities but the quake shook up residents, said Barry Martin, community outreach coordinator for the City of Napa, which has a population of 77,000.
Paderborn were denied a famous win on their Bundesliga debut after Ja-Cheol Koo scored a penalty four minutes into injury time to earn Mainz a 2-2 draw on Sunday. Shinji Okazaki put Mainz in front after 33 minutes with his 26th goal in the German top flight – equalling the record for a Japanese player. Paderborn’s Elias Kachunga smashed home four minutes later to bring the home side level and Uwe Hunemeier’s header put them ahead with three minutes left. “Towards the end we had chances to keep the ball better,” Paderborn manager Andre Breitenreiter said.