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Brief morning earthquake rattles Southcentral Alaska

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A preliminary magnitude-4.5 earthquake rattled Southcentral Alaska Friday morning, waking many before their alarm clocks could go off.


Early reports by the U.S. Geological Survey say the quake struck at 5:26 a.m. about 53 miles north of Anchorage, with the epicenter located near Y, Alaska.


It was recorded at a depth of 28 miles. There have been no reports of damage, according to the Alaska Earthquake Center.


The quake woke many in the Anchorage area, according to posts on the KTVA Facebook page.


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