Alaska earthquake
One of the large cracks on the Tok Cutoff Highway, caused by an 7.9 magnitude earthquake on Nov. 3, 2002. Getty Images/Alaska Department of Transportation

A 7.1 magnitude earthquake shook Alaska early Sunday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. No damage was reported following the quake.

The earthquake’s epicenter was near Cook Inlet, about 162 miles southwest of Anchorage, and was about 50 miles deep, CNN reported. There was no tsunami threat following the earthquake, according to the National Tsunami Warning Center.

The earthquake was widely felt by Anchorage residents and some areas reported power outages, according to the Associated Press. However, the Anchorage and Valdez police departments said they did not receive any reports of injury or significant damage, AP reported.