New earthquake in Alaska

WASHINGTON, Sept. 3. Along the coast of the U.S. state of Alaska earthquake with magnitude 5.1. According to RBC, referring to the information the U.S. Geological Survey, the epicenter was located 53 kilometers south-west of Amukta Island and focus lies at a depth 51.2 km.

To date, information on casualties or damage were reported. Recall, on the eve of a major earthquake of magnitude 7.1 occurred in the area of Alaska, for a number of areas of the peninsula declared a tsunami threat. However, later the tsunami warning was lifted. On 24 June in the Aleutian Islands in Alaska, there was also a strong earthquake measuring 7.4 points. The epicenter of earthquake was located at a depth of 46.8 kilometers.


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