SANTA ANA (CBSLA.com) — The Orange County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved an emergency declaration Tuesday in order to receive financial assistance from the state for damage related to the 5.1-magnitude quake in La Habra.

According to officials, the March 28 quake, along with the response to it, cost upwards $10.5 million. That number does not include private property damage.

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Board Chairman Shawn Nelson remembered what it was like that Friday night at his Fullerton home.

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“Truly, my neighborhood is the most impacted. Four broke water mains within a block, walls fallen over and chaos at my house. It looked like someone looted the place,” he said.

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It’s now up to Gov. Jerry Brown and the federal government to decide whether Orange County gets the clean-up help it needs.