Tsunami Warning Downgraded After Alaska Quake

A tsunami warning was later downgraded to an advisory after a quake hit off the state's coast.
0:53 | 06/24/14

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Talks -- -- collapsed after a major earthquake near the Aleutian Islands. The seven point nine quake struck deep under the ocean -- yesterday afternoon shaking buildings and cars. About 200 villagers were forced to evacuate and a tsunami warning was issued but lifted. Just hours later there were no initial reports of injuries or damage.

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