An 8.2 magnitude earthquake
decided to bring along a tsunami, a 5.6 magnitude earthquake and a 6.2 earthquake as its company to Alaska.
Around 8:15 last night, 29 miles down from the Pacific Ocean’s surface
, the earth moved. The earth’s movement was so great that it brought along with it
two earthquakes and a small tsunami wave
that measured a little over half a foot.
Sirens went off warning the people of Alaska
living in the southeast of Perryville, Prince William Sound, and Samalga Island to take cover. Folks managed to make it to the shelters and leave without a scratch.
Due to the tsunami not being the “Big One,” the National Tsunami Warning Center
went ahead and canceled the warning.
Oh yeah, the National Tsunami Warning Center
also canceled the tsunami warning in Hawaii due to that tsunami just being a little one.