ANCHORAGE, Ala. – After a 7.0 magnitude earthquake, a tsunami alert was raised in Alaska, but at that time there is no threat to Oregon or Washington, officials said.
The warning refers to Cook Inlet and the Southern Kenai Peninsula.
ASSOCIATED: TSUNAMI WARNING IN ALASKA AFTER QUAKE
The officials said the earthquake and its aftershocks hit around 9:30 am with a mile of 1
Oregon witnessed a small 4.2 magnitude earthquake in the Blanco Fracture Zone at 7:53 am near other seismic activity off the Oregon coast.