Alaska earthquake today: Magnitude 7.5 quake strikes off Aleutians - USGS
Alaska earthquake today: A powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.5 struck south of Alaska`s Aleutian Islands on Monday, triggering a tsunami warning for the area, the U.S. Geological Survey said
Alaska earthquake today: A powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.5 struck south of Alaska`s Aleutian Islands on Monday, triggering a tsunami warning for the area, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
The U.S. Tsunami Warning Center said the quake, initially reported as a magnitude 7.4, had triggered a tsunami warning for Sand Point, Cold Bay and Kodiak, which are sparsely populated.
Tidal wave alert on Alaska coast after 7.5 richter scale quake
ANI: The US government has issued a warning about possible tsunamis, or giant tidal waves, following a 7.5 earthquake recorded under the sea off the southwest coast of Alaska, the US Tsunami Warning Centers said.
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"Magnitude 7.5 [on the Richter scale] depth 25 miles. Location 55 miles southeast of Sand Point, Alaska [at] 4:54 pm [Eastern Time]. Latitude 54 degrees 7 minutes, Longitude 159 degrees 6 minutes," the Tsunami Warning Centers said on Monday.
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