ewa beach - The tsunami danger that occurred after a heavy seaquake on the coast of Kamsjatka in the far east of Russia is over. That reported the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) in Hawaii about two hours after the quake in the night of Monday on Tuesday.
The naval event took place at 1.34 pm (Dutch time) about 200 kilometers from Nikolskoje on Bering Island. The American Geological Service reported a quake with a force of 7.8 in the Bering Sea between Alaska, the Aleutian Islands and the Russian East Coast.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) in Hawaii initially warned for tsunamis within 300 kilometers of the epicenter of the quake, but reported two hours later that the danger was wrecked.