Strong 7.1 earthquake in Alaska caused the power to go out in West Anchorage


A 7.1 earthquake was measured in the US state of Alaska early Sunday morning at 1:30 am.

There are no immediate reports of injuries casualties in the southern region of the state where the earthquake stuck. According to tweets, long and strong shaking was felt in West Anchorage and power outages were reported.

This strong quake was recorded:

83 km (51 mi) E of Old Iliamna, Alaska
261 km (161 mi) SW of Anchorage, Alaska
295 km (182 mi) SW of Knik-Fairview, Alaska
648 km (401 mi) SSW of College, Alaska
1024 km (634 mi) W of Whitehorse, Canada