Resilience

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The earthquake that rocked Anchorage Friday morning was felt by Mark Reed as it was felt by everyone else in the state’s largest city.  A 7.0 centered almost beneath your neighborhood is hard to miss.  But it didn’t change Reed’s day. 

As the owner of a small, old-fashioned gas station and garage in South Anchorage, Reed had work to do, and since Reed’s Auto Service was still standing, he went to work.

It was a busy morning. A lot of Alaskans were getting extra fuel for generators or gassing up their cars and trucks as city officials warned them to prepare to “shelter in place.”

Resilience
Rick Rydell

Rick Rydell

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