I am right at the center of it, it was a pretty good one. Strongest in at least 10-12 years House and garage have stuff on the floor but no damage really. I suppose we will need to send out an inspection/work train to check the line for damage or alignment problems.
The real problem, of course, is the density of the population where that earthquake hit. A few years ago, not far from here, we had a 7.9. The epicenter was up in the Alaska Range only about a hundred miles away. The only real damage was to the highway system. Even the Alyeska Pipeline, which runs through the area, was only minimally affected. But try to image what a 7.9 would have done to Los Angeles !
Shook pretty good here in Bellflower about 20 miles from Chino. Had three locomotives fall from their shelves. Tore up a highly detailed MTH GS-4 pretty bad as it fell about 6 feet to a very hard floor.
No problems here in Glendora. I was in Huntington Beach at the time and it felt like a pretty good one. Lots of rock-n-roll. I got home and found a couple of drawers partly open. That's it. I am about 7-8 miles from the epicenter.