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Feel that? 5.7 magnitude earthquake shakes Seward

This screen capture for the University of Fairbanks Alaska Earthquake Center shows the location and magnitude of an earthquake felt in Seward this morning.

At 9:21 a.m. on Wednesday morning, a 5.7 magnitude earthquake was felt in Seward. The epicenter of the quake was across the peninsula and Cook Inlet at nine miles southwest of Iliamna Volcano according to the University of Alaska Fairbanks Alaska Earthquake Center.

Seward felt the shake from the earthquake from about 125 miles away.

Did you feel it this morning? Let the Alaska Earthquake Center know.