Earthquake of magnitude 6.2 occurred on Saturday night near the Aleutian Islands in Alaska, according to the U.S. Geological Survey website.
The epicenter of tremors recorded at 10:37 on Friday (22:37 MSK), located at 97 km north-west of the village of St. Nicholas, the largest settlement on the island of Umnak and 1591 km south-east of the Russian city of Anadyr.
The earthquake lies at a depth of 13.1 kilometers.
Umnak Island is the third largest of the Aleutian Islands. The population of the island is a few dozen people.
Source: RIA Novosti.