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Alaskan earthquake: A reminder of the 2016 Alaska earthquake

On Tuesday, the Associated Press published a story titled, “Alaska earthquake: An update on the damage caused by the 2016 earthquake”.

The AP’s story, which is not part of our daily AP news coverage, focuses on the devastation caused by a devastating earthquake in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands on March 11, 2016.

The earthquake killed more than 4,000 people and injured about 300,000 more.

Alaska Gov.

Bill Walker said that the state is “still in the process of healing from the earthquake”.

“We’re going to continue to work hard on the recovery and we’ll continue to try to build upon that and rebuild the safety net,” Walker said.

“But right now, the damage is significant and we need to get out of there.

I want to thank the people of Alaska for their assistance and support.”

Walker has called the quake “the worst natural disaster in the United States in a long time”.

The Alaska Earthquake National Seismic Hazard Mitigation System (Eisenhower) is providing additional funding for earthquake research.

Walker’s comments come amid growing concern that the economic recovery in the Pacific Northwest may have been slow because of the ongoing Alaska earthquake.

The Aleutians have been the largest state in the US, with a population of about 12 million people.

They were hit by the largest earthquake in the nation on March 15, 2016, killing more than 400 people.

The earthquake caused landslides, destroyed infrastructure, and destroyed more than 30 homes.