7.8-Magnitude Earthquake In Alaska, Triggering Tsunami Warning, Now Canceled
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An earthquake of magnitude 7.8 struck off the south-east coast of the Alaskan peninsula on Tuesday, July 21, 2020, at 8:12 pm Hawaii time, according to the US Geological Survey (USGS), in the video “7.8 magnitude earthquake hits Alaska“, below:
A 7.8-magnitude earthquake occurred off the Alaskan peninsula, triggering tsunami waning for areas within 200 miles of the epicenter. The quake hit at 6:12 am on Wednesday, July 22, 2020, about 500 miles south-southeast of the remote settlement of Perryville, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
A tsunami warning has been issued after a powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the Alaska peninsula. The US Geological Survey said the 7.8 magnitude quake struck at a depth of six miles. The tremor was centred off the coast, 60 miles south-south-east of the area of Perryville, it added. The tsunami warning has been issued for southern Alaska, the Alaska peninsula and the Aleutian Islands, in the video “Alaska earthquake: Tsunami warning after massive 7.8 magnitude tremor hits off coast“, below:
The tsunami warning that was issued late Tuesday night for much of the southern coast of Alaska and Alaskan Peninsula has been canceled, according to Pacific Tsunami Warning Center. Before the cancellation, the National Tsunami Warning Center said that tsunami activity was forecasted to begin at 11:15 pm Tuesday on Sand Point, shortly after midnight in Kodiak and about 10 minutes after that in Cold Bay.
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