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After Big Earthquake, Aftershocks Continue to Rattle Alaska

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Nearly three weeks after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake shook up southcentral Alaska, the state continues to register frequent aftershocks. Anchorage television station KTUU reports seismic sensors have registered nearly 5,000 aftershocks since the November 30 earthquake. The large earthquake caused millions in damage but no deaths or injuries. Seismologists at the Alaska Earthquake Center say the frequency of aftershocks has slowed but seismic activity remains "way above"...

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