Several quakes from 4.8 to 7.5 shook the Alaska Peninsula and Kodiak Island today. Some reports state that the 7.5 quake was felt on the Coast Gaurd base, just over 6 miles South of town, just before the sirens went off. There are no reports of shaking felt in town. Video is taken from Pillar Mountain, overlooking downtown and the bay.
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