Skateboarders Shred Earthquake Buckled Streets In Napa Valley

A magnitude 6.0 earthquake shook Napa Valley and the San Francisco Bay Area early Sunday morning. It was the largest to strike the area in 25 years.

And while the event left a disastrous scene in Northern California on Sunday, there was a group of individuals who found a silver lining in the chaos. Skateboarders took to the streets to utilize the newly formed ramps out of the buckled roads.

Below is video captured by NBCBayArea.com.

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