SAND POINT, Alaska — A preliminary magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck near Sand Point, Alaska, on Monday afternoon, prompting a tsunami warning.
The quake, which struck about 62 miles southeast of Sand Point at 12:54 p.m., triggered the tsunami warning for areas along the coastline of the Alaska Peninsula, according to the U.S. Tsunami Warning Center.
The warning extends from Kennedy Entrance, 40 miles southwest of Homer, to Unimak Pass, 80 miles northeast of Unalaska, the Anchorage Daily News reported.
The Washington Department of Natural Resources said there is no tsunami threat for Washington, KIRO reported.
The earthquake, which yielded no immediate damage reports, was felt in coastal communities across in the region.