Early morning earthquake wakes Southcentral

Adn Staff

A magnitude-3.8 earthquake woke parts of Southcentral Alaska Friday morning.

The quake, which the Alaska Earthquake Information center located near the southern end of the Susitna Valley, near Mount Susitna, occurred at about 6:14 a.m. Friday morning at an estimated depth of 44 miles.

The epicenter was about 24 miles north of Tyonek and 36 miles east of Anchorage, and was felt as far away as Palmer, some 62 miles distant.