M 7.8 Earthquake in Alaska

 In Event News

A M 7.8 earthquake shook the Alaska peninsula on Tuesday evening. Tsunami warnings were issued and then cancelled. The quake was centered southeast of Perryville, and aftershocks have been felt throughout the region. The largest was M 6.1 near Sand Point.

The USGS tectonic summary can be found here.

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