Damage found in Sand Point after a magnitude 7.8 earthquake Tuesday night along the Alaska Peninsula
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - It was a long and scary night for many communities along the Alaska Peninsula after a magnitude-7.8 earthquake hit about 60 miles southeast of Perryville, last night- putting coastal areas under a tsunami warning.
Here are some pictures of damage sent to us by a viewer of the city dock in Sand Point. NOAA’s national tsunami warning center announced this morning that all advisories and warnings to the earthquake have been dropped. A wave of less than 11 inches was recorded in sand point, but nothing has yet been measured in Kodiak. No injuries have been reported from the quake.
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