Yes, you can be cited for stopping in a red zone as the "Red Zone" is indicative of no stopping, standing, or parking. You would likely be cited for violating CA's "Minimum Speed Law" and that carries a fine of about $250 and 1 DMV point.
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Yes, can be ticketed (red - not allowed to stop); Believe fine is couple hundred dollars.
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