Two continuous earthquakes in Alaska

Washington: Two seismic earthquakes shake the superpowers. Two major earthquakes occurred on Friday morning in Alaska, Alaska, USA. The first earthquake intensity recorded 7 on the Richter scale. Officials noted that the center was located at a distance of 21 miles [11 m] less than 11 miles [13 km] from the city of Anchorage in Alaska. An earthquake measuring 5.7 on the Richter Castle occurred within a few minutes.

The damage to the two earthquakes has led to heavy loss of property. Many buildings in Alaska have been destroyed. The roads sank. People were terrified. Officials first issued tsunami warnings. Shortly afterwards. Officials are assessing the loss.

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