Quake wakes Yukoners

Quake wakes Yukoners Light-sleeping Yukoners got a little jolt this morning. A 5.7 magnitude earthquake hit 94 kilometres southwest of Skagway and about 10 kilometres underground, according to Earthquakes Canada.

Light-sleeping Yukoners got a little jolt this morning.

A 5.7 magnitude earthquake hit 94 kilometres southwest of Skagway and about 10 kilometres underground, according to Earthquakes Canada.

In Whitehorse, apartment buildings swayed and picture frames rattled, waking up many across the city. The quake hit at 4:58 a.m.

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