Garage Nest cam captures SUV rocking in Alaska's 7.0 quake

Garage Nest cam captures SUV rocking in Alaska's 7.0 quake

The US Geological Survey has reported dozens of aftershocks.

The Trans Alaska Pipeline, which carries crude oil 800 miles (1,300 km) from the North Slope to a marine terminal at Valdez, was shut down for about seven hours as a precaution, but no damage to the system was detected, said a spokeswoman for the operator, Aleyska Pipeline Service Co.

Alaskan oil production began to rise two years ago after nearly three decades of declines from a peak of more than 2 million barrels a day in 1988, according to U.S. Energy Department data.

The Anchorage Office of Emergency Management for a time urged residents to shelter in place.

Even though she's only been in Anchorage for about seven months, Stoudt sure noticed the powerful difference.

After the shaking stopped, "stuff was everywhere", she said.

Peterson was in a multistory building in downtown Anchorage as the structure swayed and coffee mugs fell from tables and tiles from the ceiling. "And my daughter's teacher, after the 90 seconds were over, said, 'OK, it's time to sit down and finish your test'".

It was measured at a 6.8 magnitude, just a fraction below the 7.0 quake that hit Anchorage Friday.

She says data will be assessed at an operations center and a physical inspection of the line will be performed.

A National Weather Service employee on duty in Anchorage during the temblor called it "the scariest natural disaster I have ever been in".

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The tsunami warning issued by the National Tsunami Warning Center in Palmer, Alaska, was automatically generated following the Friday morning temblor.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said President Donald Trump had been briefed about the quake and was monitoring damage reports. "You could tell that it was a bad one". Your Federal Government will spare no expense. Walker's statement concluded. "God bless Alaska".

Former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin provided an update on her Facebook page Friday, following a high-magnitude natural disaster.

"Our family is intact - house is not", Palin wrote. I imagine that's the case for many, many others. He was in an elevator in a high-rise Anchorage office building and said it was a "rough ride" coming down.

The Anchorage Police Department said there was "major infrastructure damage" across the city, which is home to more than 294,000 people.

As of Friday night, commercial flights in and out of Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport had resumed, according to Murkowski.

Among the first images of damage to emerge was of a buckled highway ramp near the airport with a single vehicle left stranded on it.

Enstar Natural Gas company asked residents to beware of gas leaks while the main water company said there had been water main breaks.

He said the quake created a powerful back-and-forth sloshing in the bathtub and before he knew it, he'd been thrown out of the tub by the force of the waves. She grew up in California and was familiar with earthquakes "but this was next-level", she said. "There was no warning, just started shaking".

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