13 Aug : News Express 24 :-
A major earthquake occurred on Sunday in Alaska’s North Slope, whose intensity was peaked at 6.4 on Richter scale. The earthquake science department said that on Sunday morning, 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck at 6.40 pm, with the center being located 343 miles (551 kilometers) in northeast and 42 miles (67 km) from the Kiwi River camp in the north east.
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The agency said that the center of the earthquake was about six miles below the ground (9.9 kilometers). Earthquake expert Mike West told Anchorage Daily News that the earthquake at North Slope was the fastest blow ever.
He told Daily News that this is a very important incident that will take some time to understand. West told the newspaper that before this, the biggest shock of the earthquake at North Slope was felt in 1995, whose intensity was 5.2.