- Alaska Earthquake News | Alaska Struck By 7.4.5 Magnitude Earthquake Today (Updates), Tsunami Warning Issued
The photo comes hours before the earthquake in Alaska. Tsunami warnings have been issued for this region.
America’s National Tsunami Warning Center made this warning 40 km from Kennedy Entrance. Released to far-flung areas. According to reports, a 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck the Chignik area late on Tuesday.
A 7.4-magnitude earthquake struck the city of Chignick, in the US state of Alaska. The National Tsunami Warning Center then issued a warning. Warnings have been issued specifically for the coastal areas of Alaska and 40 miles of Kennedy Entrance.
Center was 75 km away
According to the Tsunami Center, the epicenter of the earthquake was 75 kilometers south of the city of Chignik. High waves have been warned of in the sea areas of Sand Point, Cold Bay and Kodiak. The National Tsunami Center has also issued a special bulletin for the region.
Advice to people
Tsunami center said in a statement- Warning of tsunami is being given on the basis of initial information. This can be changed later. People have been told to stay several miles away from the sea areas, because the tsunami waves can reach several kilo meters in a few minutes.