ALASKA: The U.S Geological Survey has said that a 6.9 earthquake struck off the coast of the Alaska Peninsula.
Despite the size of the early Saturday morning quake, no tsunami warnings were issued.
Much of the land around the part of the Gulf of Alaska where the earthquake struck is home to wildlife refuges. The closest place to the epicenter was Perryville, home to a little more than 100 people and 85 miles northwest.
Alaska is a hotbed of seismic activity.
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