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A 3.4 Aftershock Hits La Habra Saturday Morning

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Aftershocks from last night’s 5.1 La Habra earthquake continued this morning, the largest of which was a 3.4 quake that hit at 9:02 a.m.The quake hit 1 mile south of La Habra at a depth of .8 miles, according to USGS. The epicenter was about 2 miles northwest of Fullerton, 2 miles southwest of Brea and 3 miles southeast of La Mirada.

Several aftershocks hit after last night’s 5.1 quake that hit at 9:09 p.m. This is the largest since a 3.6 aftershock hit at 9:30 p.m. last night.