UPDATE: This was cancelled, no tsunami is expected on BC shores.
Emergency Info BC has issued the following alert:
— Emergency Info BC (@EmergencyInfoBC) October 19, 2020
This follows an update, where Emergency Info BC posted, “A 7.5 magnitude (upgraded from 7.4) earthquake has occurred near Sand Point, Alaska. An assessment is in progress to determine if a tsunami threat exists for BC. Please continue to stand by for BC specific information”
See this Tweet for an event map.
Here’s the event map. pic.twitter.com/imY0bLmdkM
— Alan Waterman (@WatermanVJ) October 19, 2020
Follow the live stream from EmergencyInfoBC below for updates.
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