Weak earthquake of magnitude 2.8 at a depth of 17 km
27. July 12:28 UTC: First message: USGS 16 minutes later.
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|2.8||17 km||87 km southeast of King Cove, Alaska||USGS|
|2.8||17 km||Alaska Peninsula||EMSC|
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