Wake up! It's a shaking.


(VelikM) #1

"TO ALL TSUNAMI WARNING SYSTEM PARTICIPANTS
SUBJECT: TSUNAMI INFORMATION MESSAGE
WEST COAST AND ALASKA TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER/NOAA/NWS
ISSUED 10/23/2002 AT 1134 UTC

…THIS IS AN INFORMATION MESSAGE…

EARTHQUAKE DATA:
PRELIMINARY MAGNITUDE: 6.2
LOCATION: 63.6N 147.9W - 30 MILES SE OF DENALI PARK HDQTS., AK.
85 MILES S OF FAIRBANKS, AK.
23 MILES DEEP
TIME: 0327 ADT 10/23/2002
0427 PDT 10/23/2002
1127 UTC 10/23/2002

FELT STRONGLY AT DENALI PARK HQ FELT SLIGHTLY PALMER EAGLE RIVER"

Lasted 20-30 seconds, knocked stuff from shelves, great wake up call. Good morning. :o


(fullback) #2

Hey, that was supposed to happen at the Series game last night. Whenever the Giants play their first home game there is always an enormous earthquake in the Bay Area.

1989 was pretty scary, so thanks for absorbing the shock this year VelikM.


(Dittohead) #3

i live in washington, i felt nothing.

strange. :-? :-?


(Timonides) #4

Hello!!! :o

I hope there weren’t any damages or people hurt!!!

Can you tell us Velik???

I hope everything is o.k.

Spyros.


(VelikM) #5

No damage or people hurt :smiley: just rudely awakened :o don’t really need that at 3:27AM. The area where it was felt the strongest is sparcely populated.

Not really strange, you’re approx 1,500 miles away, what you would feel wouldn’t even register as an earthquake.

All it disrupted this time was some sleep. :slight_smile: You can host next year though. :wink:


(Alabama) #6

Geesh, just reminds me I live in an area prone to earthquakes.

Lately though, it`s been pretty calmed…


(VelikM) #7

Like in the calm before the storm?