5.2 earthquake recorded in Unimak Island region
According to the Associated Press, residents in the Felt Pass area of Unimak Island got a jolt this morning before their morning coffee.
The Alaska Earthquake Information center says a magnitude 5.2 earthquake was recorded just after six o'clock this morning. The quake was centered about 72 miles southwest of False Pass, at a depth of about five miles.
Officials say the earthquake was felt in False Pass. That's a community of about 60 people located on the eastern shore of Unimak Island, about 650 miles southwest of Anchorage.