Published November 30, 2018
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A 7.2 (preliminary) earthquake shook Anchorage, Alaska and much of Southcentral Alaska Friday morning.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, the quake was centered just north of Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.
The Anchorage Daily News:
The earthquake was strong enough to knock items off store shelves and rattle homes throughout the region. Books fell off bookshelves; in the offices of the Anchorage Daily News, ceiling tiles fell.
Warnings from the National Weather Service were pushed out to cellphones in Alaska, saying: “Emergency Alert. Tsunami danger on the coast. Go to high ground or move inland.”
Those close to the Cook Inlet should move away from the coast.