More than 200 small earthquakes hit Alaska since Friday's major quake

More than 200 small earthquakes hit Alaska since Friday's major quake

More than 200 smaller quakes have hit Alaska since their huge 7.0-magnitude quake on Friday, according U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) data.

The USGS earthquake tracker lists 224 quakes after the major one on Friday, which knocked out power, destroyed buildings and ripped up roads near Anchorage.

Gov. Bill Walker (I) issued a disaster declaration when USGS reported dozens of aftershocks.

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The largest subsequent quake registered at magnitude 5.7 and originated around Anchorage. The other aftershocks measured between magnitude 2.0 and 4.0. Seismologists predicted many more in the coming days and weeks.

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No major injuries have been reported as of now.