An earthquake shook much of Southcentral Alaska at midday Friday, days after a massive 7.9 temblor in the Gulf of Alaska which led to tsunami alerts across much of the state’s southern coastline.

Friday’s 4.3 quake, previously reported as a 4.5, was centered 36 kilometers east of Sutton and struck at 12:10 p.m. according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Its epicenter was at a depth of 0.6 kilometers.

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