Sep 2, 2014 5:27 PM
One week after a magnitude-6.0 earthquake rattled California's Napa Valley, tourists have started to return, and some visitors are coming not just for the scenic hillsides and sips of chardonnay.
Crumbling buildings and fenced off facades attracted crowds of picture-takers Sunday afternoon.
"We have hurricanes in Texas. We don't have earthquakes," said Beverly Canales, of Austin.
Canales said she traveled to San Francisco to celebrate her brother's birthday and decided to make a detour to the disaster zone.
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