(Reuters)-Authorities said that a shallow 8.2 magnitude earthquake occurred on the Alaska Peninsula late Wednesday, triggering a tsunami warning in the area.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) stated that the earthquake occurred at 10:15 in the evening (0615 GMT Thursday) and the focal depth was 35 kilometers.
In Alaska, the National Tsunami Warning Center (NTWC) issued warnings to the south, peninsula, and Pacific coast from the entrance of Hinchinbrook to the Unimark Pass.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) issued warnings to the US state of Hawaii and the US Pacific Territory Guam.
NTWC said it is assessing the level of tsunami risk in the United States and other countries. Canadian Pacific (New York Stock Exchange:) Coastal areas.
The European-Mediterranean Seismic Center (EMSC) estimated that the earthquake had a magnitude of 8.0 and a depth of 10 kilometers.
The U.S. Geological Survey earlier set the magnitude of the earthquake at 7.2.
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