The Alaska Earthquake Information Center (AEIC) has reported an earthquake that struck on Monday at 3:24pm PDT about 10 miles southwest of Anchorage, Alaska. Approximately, the earthquake was situated at a depth of 26 miles and centered 13 miles southwest of Anchorage, 25 miles northwest of Hope and 43 miles south of Willow. Including Anchorage, the quack was felt over a vast area in the state, Palmer, Wasilla, Valdez and Homer. No reports of injuries or damage were reported by AEIC but it has received around 600 reports from different people who said that they felt the tremors. The earthquake had a magnitude of 4.9, as per the preliminary report from the Alaska Earthquake Information Center.

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