Back-to-back earthquakes measuring 7.0 and 5.8 rocked buildings and buckled roads Friday morning in Anchorage, prompting people to run from their offices or take cover under desks and triggering a warning to residents in Kodiak to flee to higher ground for fear of a tsunami.
Officials issue tsunami warning for coastal areas of southern Alaska after the earthquake. There was a tsunami alert for Cook Inlet, the National Weather Service in Anchorage said on Twitter.
"The bed started shaking and everything was shaking so dramatically," says Blair Braverman describing the earthquake that struck Anchorage, Alaska.
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