Earthquake in Alaska: THREE consecutive earthquakes raise fears of a tsunami | World | News

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The three earthquakes were recorded just minutes from each other.Earlier this month, a massive 7.4 magnitude earthquake triggered a tsunami warning for southern Alaska and the Alaska Peninsula.

The first earthquake, a magnitude 1 earthquake, struck just 11 miles east-southeast of Denali National Park.The secons earthquake, with a more powerful magnitude of 5.2, was located 98 kilometers northeast of Atka.

This was then followed by a magnitude 5.4 earthquake, located 124 kilometers between the north and northeast of Atka.

An hour after the first earthquake was recorded, reports of magnitude 1 emerged.8 earthquake hitting only 13 kilometers north of Nanwalek.

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