Southern California Feels 100+ Aftershocks

Southern California Feels 100+ Aftershocks

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LOS ANGELES (AP) -- More than 100 aftershocks have rattled Orange County south of Los Angeles where a magnitude-5.1 earthquake struck Friday.

The U.S. Geological Survey says the latest -- a magnitude-3.4 -- hit Saturday morning a mile from La Habra, about 20 miles south of Los Angeles.
 
Police in the nearby city of Fullerton say 20 apartment units and half a dozen homes were red-tagged, displacing 83 people.

Friday night's quake caused a rock slide, water main breaks and items to fall off shelves.
No serious injuries have been reported.

Updates Via Twitter:

Orange County Fire Authority PIO

No major injuries or damage reported within OCFA jurisdiction.  OCFA resumed normal operations at approximately 2230 last night.

Orange County EOC:

OCFA responded to 14 automatic fire alarms 22 service calls/flooding, stuck elevators and gas leaks after last nights earthquake.

Red Cross Shelter at La Habra Community Center is closing - residents returning home

City of Brea

Carbon Canyon Rd remains closed. Awaiting Cal-Trans and geologist to evaluate damage. There is no estimate as to when the road will open.

 

 

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