In line with the USGS, the quake hit at about Tuesday 11:12 p.m. PST. It had a depth of six miles and was centered 60 miles south-southeast of Perryville, Alaska.
The quake prompted a tsunami warning to be issued for South Alaska, the Alaska Peninsula and the Aleutian Islands. It was not identified if the temblor brought on any harm or accidents.
It was felt as distant as Anchorage, which is about 500 miles away.
For different U.S. and Canadian Pacific coasts in North America, there is no such thing as a tsunami menace.
The Nationwide Climate Service additionally stated there is no such thing as a tsunami menace to the California coast.
Newest replace from the Tsunami Warning Middle confirms there may be NO tsunami menace to the California Coast. https://t.co/6WHvVvGJLX
— NWS Los Angeles (@NWSLosAngeles) July 22, 2020
The Related Press contributed to this report.
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