Second strong earthquake strikes near Aleutian Islands volcano in Alaska
For the second time within the past week, a strong earthquake near a volcano has shaken the Aleutian Islands located between Alaska and Russia. A 6.3-magnitude quake hit at 8:35 p.m. on August 22 about 45 kilometres southeast of Tanaga Volcano, Alaska, and 95 kilometres southwest of Adak, Alaska, at a depth of 44 kilometres .
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