FAIRBANKS, Alaska — A magnitude 4.1 earthquake has hit central Alaska.

The Alaska Earthquake Center says the earthquake struck at 2:43 a.m. Saturday and its epicenter was 4 miles (6 kilometers) southwest of the community of Healy, which has just over 1,000 residents.

The earthquake had a depth of 4 miles (6 kilometers).

The center says residents in Cantwell and Fairbanks also felt the quake but there have been no reports of damage.

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