An off-ramp connecting International Airport Road and Minnesota Drive in Anchorage collapsed in the quake, creating a huge hole that made the unfortunate SUV that fell in look like a toy.
All that work took less than four days.
The post went viral as people all over the country wondered why their cities and states can’t fix the “blankety-blank-blank” potholes on their streets.
Inspectors are checking out all 243 bridges that were affected by the earthquake, but haven’t found any structural damage so far.
There is still a lot of work to do in Alaska. Authorities have identified 50 locations on state-owned infrastructure that need repairs.
In the meantime, they’ve asked Alaskans not to take selfies in the rubble.