CRAIG, Alaska - A 7.5 magnitude earthquake hit southeastern Alaska early Saturday morning.
The earthquake struck the area around 1 a.m.
The epicenter was about 60 miles off the coast near Craig, Alaska, which is a couple hundred miles south of Juneau.
Officials with the Alaska Earthquake Information Center said it was the most intense earthquake they had felt in a decade.
A tsunami warning was issued for areas along the coasts of Alaska and Canada, but was canceled shortly after.
There were no reports of damages or serious injuries.