Large earthquake hits remote Alaska waters, no tsunami seen

ANCHORAGE (Reuters) – A large 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck early on Friday in waters 57 miles off the remote Alaska island of Adak, a former U.S. Navy station that is now a commercial fishing and maritime-service center, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

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