Alaska peninsula jolted by 7.2 magnitude earthquake

A 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit the Alaska Peninsula region, according to the US Geological Survey.

The National Tsunami Warning Centre initially issued a warning for Southern Alaska and Alaska penninsuala, but later cancelled it.

The largest earthquake in North America hit Alaska in March 1964, causing a devastating tsunami and killing over 250 people.

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