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Alaskans remember when earth shook in 1964

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March 26, 2014
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On March 27, 1964, the earth shook for about five minutes as the continent's biggest earthquake caused destruction over a 500-mile swath of Alaska. More than 130 people died from the quake and subsequent tsunamis. (March 26) Video provided by AP


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