Frustration grows after massive sinkhole in La Habra remains unfixed 6-months later

A massive sinkhole that opened up in La Habra more than six months ago has residents concerned.

The sinkhole formed back in January between two condominium complexes in Orange County, forcing some area residents to evacuate.

The sinkhole, located in the 900 block of West Imperial Highway in La Habra, measured approximately 80 to 100 feet long and 20 feet wide.

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The cause appeared to be an underground flood control channel that collapsed due to heavy rain, La Habra Police said. Residents in the area said they had no idea they were living on a flood control channel.

People who live at the condo complex say they're not getting any answers as to when the sinkhole will be fixed. Additionally, residents have said they aren't sure who is supposed to pay to fix this problem, and that the homeowner association isn't telling them anything.

FOX 11's Stephanie Stanton contributed to this report.