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11/30/2018 04:11 pm ET Updated Nov 30, 2018

Photos Show Anchorage, Alaska, After Back-To-Back Earthquakes

Shattered roads and collapsed ceilings were among the damage done.

The earthquake and aftershock that rocked Anchorage, Alaska, on Friday morning lasted only a short time, but the damage to roads, homes and other buildings will be felt for years to come.

The photos below provide just a snapshot of the devastation. You can see more here.

The earthquake destroyed an off-ramp at Minnesota Drive in Anchorage.
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The earthquake destroyed an off-ramp at Minnesota Drive in Anchorage.
  • A vehicle sits stranded on a collapsed roadway near the airport after a major earthquake hit Anchorage, Alaska, on Nov. 30, 2
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    A vehicle sits stranded on a collapsed roadway near the airport after a major earthquake hit Anchorage, Alaska, on Nov. 30, 2018.
  • Workers check the damage along that roadway near the airport in Anchorage.
    Nathaniel Wilder/REUTERS
    Workers check the damage along that roadway near the airport in Anchorage.
  • Nathaniel Wilder/REUTERS
  • Earthquake damage is seen inside a store in Anchorage.
    David Harper/via REUTERS
    Earthquake damage is seen inside a store in Anchorage.
  • The earthquake literally cracked the road open at the Minnesota Drive exit ramp near Anchorage.
    Scott Marsteller/via REUTERS
    The earthquake literally cracked the road open at the Minnesota Drive exit ramp near Anchorage.
  • Staff begin the cleanup process at the Alaska Institute of Oriental Medicine in Anchorage.
    Mike Dinneen/AP
    Staff begin the cleanup process at the Alaska Institute of Oriental Medicine in Anchorage.
  • Dennis Keeling measures to replace a broken window at an auto parts store in Anchorage.
    Mike Dinneen/AP
    Dennis Keeling measures to replace a broken window at an auto parts store in Anchorage.
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