March 29 - No injuries or major damage is reported after a magnitude 5.1 earthquake rattles a wide swath of Southern California. Vanessa Johnston reports.
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A magnitude 5.1 earthquake rattles suburban Los Angeles Friday evening.
Reactions at Tony's Deli in Orange Country range from fear to excitement.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) A WOMAN AT TONY'S DELI SAYING:
"I was nervous. I got scared. I haven't felt a big one like that for awhile."
(SOUNDBITE)(English) A MAN AT TONY'S DELI SAYING:
"It was the longest earthquake I've ever felt. I've lived here my whole life. It just kept going and going and going. It was amazing! I'm sorry, I liked it."
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the center of the quake was outside the city of La Habra and hit at 9:09 p.m.
And it was shallow, at a depth of only 1.2 miles.
The Los Angeles police department says it has not received any reports of damage or injury.
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