Tsunami warning for southern Alaska and western Canada canceled

Tsunami warning, announced Saturday for the southern part of Alaska and the Pacific coast of Canada after a massive earthquake of magnitude 7.5, canceled, reports the Associated Press.

According to the Tsunami Warning Center in Alaska, the tremors caused a small tsunami, but it will not be devastating, as previously warned local authority residents of Alaska and western Canada.

The epicenter of the earthquake that struck Friday 23.58 local time (12.58 MSK Saturday), was located at 106 kilometers west of the town of Craig. The earthquake lies at a depth of 9.9 kilometers.

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