PALMER — A small earthquake rumbled across parts of Southcentral Wednesday morning.
The quake, initially estimated as a magnitude 4.3, triggered numerous reports from the public, according to the Alaska Earthquake Center.
Most of the reports came from Anchorage, Wasilla and Chugiak and Eagle River, according to the center website. A few came in from Talkeetna and Willow.
The quake was centered about five miles east-southeast of the Talkeetna "Y" and 63 miles north of Anchorage.