Kenai Peninsula, Alaska Earthquake
The USGS has reported a 3.2 magnitude earthquake has struck Kenai Peninsula, Alaska on Jun. 10 2023, 1:13:38 PM, at a depth of 52.6 km. There were no significant injuries or damage reported at this point, Friendly Forecast will update this report as events unfold.
This earthquake has been labeled a Foreshock. You can find information for the main earthquake here: Southern Alaska 3.4 M Earthquake, Friday Jun. 23 2023, 9:49:01 PM
Did you feel it?
2 others have felt the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska earthquake and have since reported it. See below for the response locations and intensities.
Community Internet Intensity Map
|2||Homer, AK 99603||WEAK||76 km|
Did you feel the 3.2 Kenai Peninsula, Alaska earthquake? If you felt the quake you can report it here to the USGS.
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