Alaska earthquake hits Aleutian islands

Alaska's Aleutian Islands succumbed to a magnitude 7.0 earthquake on Friday morning, sending shocks to residents, specially in the village of Adak.
Damages and injuries are still investigated but the seismic activity was able to pull off a magnitude of 5.4 aftershocks.

According to reports released by Alaska Earthquake Information Center, the quake was located at 67 miles southwest of Adak, some 1,200 miles southwest of Anchorage. The tremor lasted for about a minute.

A resident of village Adak related her experience:
I thought it was my dog running up the stairs ..It kept making noise and then it got louder. So then all of a sudden the rumbling started.
Tune in as we gather pertinent updates on this natural phenomena over Alaska.

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