A magnitude 6.8 earthquake has reportedly struck about 71 km (44 miles) east-southeast of Nikolski, Alaska early on Tuesday according to USN.

The magnitude of the earthquake was revised up from an earlier 6.7 estimate and was at a depth of 22.3 km, the USGS said. Fox Weather stated that many people in the region reported feeling the earthquake,

but there have been no reports of damage or injuries so far. Several aftershocks have also been felt in the region. Forecasters with the National Tsunami Warning Center in Alaska and the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii said there was no tsunami threat from this earthquake.


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