ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Several communities report feeling a
4.3 magnitude earthquake that struck Alaska's Prince William Sound
The Alaska Earthquake Information Center says Valdez and Glennallen were among communities that felt the 10:35 a.m. Sunday
The earthquake was centered about 33 miles north of Valdez. There are no reports of damage.
The earthquake was not linked to an active volcano more than 200 miles to the southwest. But volcanologist Dave Schneider says seismic sensors at Mount Redoubt picked up the quake's signal.
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