A 4.3 magnitude earthquake hit the land of Washington, Wednesday evening, June 26, 2013. The US Geological Survey (USGS) monitored the earthquake at centered 14 miles north-northwest of Leavenworth, according to report by The Christian Science Monitor site.

Fortunately, there's no report of casualties or any property damages in the affected areas.

According to the US Geological Survey, the strongest earthquakes to hit the region occurred in year 1949, when a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck.

Aside from that news, there was also a report of a little earthquake in Alaska, Wednesday night.

Alaska Earthquake Information Center said, "a magnitude 3.6 earthquake recorded in the Kenai Peninsula region was felt in Anchorage and several other communities."

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