On The Coast | Jan 5, 2013 | 11:39

B.C. Tsunami Warning Cancelled After Strong Quake

Just before 1 a.m. a 7.5 Magnitude earthquake struck about 102 kilometres west of Craig Alaska, which is 300 kilometres Northwest of Prince Rupert. A tsunami warning along the coast of British Columbia has been canceled. Earlier this morning, we spoke to the Mayor of Queen Charlotte City, Carol Kulesha.

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