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Seismologists say light earthquake felt in Alaska town

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Seismologists say a light earthquake that struck Alaska's Cook Inlet region was felt in at least one town.

The Alaska Earthquake Center says the 4.2 magnitude quake occurred at 5:15 a.m. Thursday about 44 miles southeast of Newhalen.

The earthquake was felt in the Kenai Peninsula town of Homer. There are no immediate reports of damage from the earthquake.

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