CNN: Small tsunami generated by magnitude 7.5 earthquake that prompted evacuation orders
An earthquake of 7.5 magnitude in Sand Point, Alaska led to a tsunami of about 130cm. An advisory was sent to the tsunami warning center in Palmer, Alaska. Several aftershocks occurred within an hour after the big earthquake. Although, the center mentioned that the US and Canadian Pacific coasts in North America have no tsunami threat. For the full article, click here. For more information about earthquakes, click here.