A magnitude 6.4 earthquake has hit central Alaska. The U.S.G.S is reporting that the quake hit at 6:58 a.m. Sunday. It struck an area 41.8 miles east of Kavik River Camp and 342.9 miles northeast of Fairbanks. The earthquake had a depth of about four-tenths of a mile, according to the survey.
There are currently no reports of damage or injuries.
M6.4 earthquake near in northeastern Alaska this morning. Very unusual location for a large earthquake. No similar magnitude quakes within 300 miles since 1900. pic.twitter.com/i52zJ0p9Wt
— Brian Brettschneider (@Climatologist49) August 12, 2018