La Habra quake
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5.1 quake rattles L.A., Orange County

Road crews continue to clean up debris from a rock slide on Carbon Canyon Road in Brea after Friday’s earthquake. The road has been closed since Friday night and CalTrans plans to reopen the road at 4 a.m. Tuesday. (Gina Ferazzi, Los Angeles Times)
Andrew Lashbrook fills a container with water flowing from a broken water main in Fullerton. His whole neighborhood was without water after the quake. (Irfan Khan, Los Angeles Times)
Ray Aguirre, whose business also sustained minor damage, and Sherry Kim arrive at her Towne Cleaners business in La Habra to find the windows broken after Friday night’s quake.  (Allen J. Schaben, Los Angeles Times)
Greg Sebourn, Fullerton’s mayor pro tem, confers with a woman whose house on Juanita Place was red-tagged after a magnitude 5.1 earthquake hit the area.  (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)
Cracks are apparent in a house on Juanita Place in Fullerton that suffered structural damage in the 5.1 earthquake. (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)
Fullerton firefighters check for damage to an apartment complex in the 2600 block of Associated Road after a 5.1 earthquake hit the community. (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)
Jessine Luna, 21, describes how she held her 3-month-old daughter, Faith Perea, and started praying as a 5.1 earthquake hit La Habra. A friend, Joseph Brackett, 21, left, and her father-in-law, Jeff Perea, 49, look on. (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)
Whitney Urien holds a broken photo frame after it was knocked off the wall in a magnitude 5.1 earthquake that hit Fullerton. She lives in an apartment complex on Associated Road that sustained cracks in the temblor.  (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)
Caltrans workers and Brea police officers inspect a BMW that was overturned in a rock slide in Carbon Canyon after a magnitude 5.1 earthquake.  (Irfan Khan / Los Angeles Times)
Richard Rodriguez, left, and Guillermo Valencia board up a broken window at Towne Cleaners in La Habra, the epicenter of Friday’s 5.1 earthquake.  (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
Shampoo and soap containers are strewn about in the 99 Cent Only store on Imperial Highway.  (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Ray Aguirre cleans up his greeting card shop on Whittier Boulevard in La Habra, the 5.1 quake’s epicenter. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)
A BMW is damaged from a rock slide in Carbon Canyon after a 5.1 earthquake. The road was closed because of the risk of an aftershock.  (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times)
Cesar Zamora, night manager at the 99 Cent Only store on Imperial Highway, looks over aisles of fallen goods.  (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)
Fullerton police stand by as a city employee fixes a water main break at the intersection of Gilbert St. and Rosecrans Ave.  (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
An employee surveys fallen hair and body products at a CVS pharmacy on Whittier Boulevard after the 5.1 earthquake near La Habra.  (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Sean Higa, general manager at the Lebard and Underwood motorcycle dealer on Imperial Highway in La Habra, surveys damage after the quake.  (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
A Chevron station in La Habra is a bit of a mess after Friday’s swarm of quakes. (Allen Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
Products are strewn about at the 99 Cent Store on Imperial Highway in Brea.  (Robert Gauthier / Los Angeles Times)