Thank God, the injuries were not greater.
Officials at Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa said 120 people had been injured and that three were in critical condition, including a boy who was hurt by debris from a chimney. The boy was airlifted from Napa to the UC Davis pediatric trauma center.
The hospital itself sustained some structural damage, but not in the areas where patients are treated. Injuries to staff were not-serious.
Queen of the Valley Medical Center in Napa, which treated 120 people, has some damage from the earthquake. That included burst pipes in a non-patient area, ceiling tiles falling off in office areas and minor structural damage to an outbuilding.
Spokeswoman Vanessa DeGier said: “We are open 24 hours a day and so some of our staff did sustain some injuries,” which she characterized as minor.