Published Nov 30, 2018 at 2:39 PM | Updated at 3:36 PM PST on Nov 30, 2018
A 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck just north of Anchorage, Alaska, Friday morning, crumpling roadways and damaging buildings in Alaska's most populous city. It's not yet clear if anyone was injured, but police have said that there was "major infrastructure damage."
"We had two big jolts and the bed started swaying like a boat on a turbulent river," Anchorage resident Timothy Kirby, who was asleep in bed with his bulldog when the quake hit, told NBC Los Angeles. "It threw us out of bed, and we hit the wall."
The earthquake was followed by a 5.8 magnitude aftershock a few minutes later. The National Tsunami Warning Center also issued a tsunami warning, but canceled it shortly after.
See the aftermath of the earthquake, including destroyed roads, damaged buildings, and grocery store shelves in disarray.