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June 20, 2019

Sarah Palin’s parents’ house hit hard by 7.0-magnitude Alaska earthquake

November 30, 2018
Video shared to Palin’s Facebook shows the kitchen floor covered in broken glass and dishes in their home, located approximately 45 miles north of Anchorage. (Facebook / Sarah Palin)

Sarah Palin’s parents’ house sustained damage during Friday’s earthquake near Anchorage, Alaska.

The former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate posted video to Facebook showing the kitchen floor of the Wasilla home covered in broken glass and dishes.

“My parent’s home in Wasilla is usually in tip-top shape. Here it is this morning following the earthquake. The video doesn’t begin to show the scope,” Palin wrote.

Drawers were open and other household items were sprawled across the counters and floors.

Despite the damage, Sarah’s mother can be heard saying, “It’s better than to have a house burn to ashes.”

Earlier Friday, Palin tweeted prayers for Alaska.

“Our family is intact - house is not... I imagine that’s the case for many, many others. So thankful to be safe,” she wrote.

The 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck about 10 miles outside of Anchorage, ripping up roads, damaging homes and causing panic among residents.

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