In the early morning event, a 4.6-magnitude earthquake struck the Anchorage area, shaking residents. The epicenter was located near Eagle River, about 12 miles northeast of Anchorage.
The Alaska Seismological Center said the quake had a depth of 17.5 miles. Around 6:47 a.m., tremors were felt across a wide swath of south-central Alaska, encompassing regions such as the Kenai Peninsula and as far north as Talkeetna. Despite initial tremors, there were no immediate reports of any damage from the earthquake.