Watch Jeep CJ7 Tackle Alaskan Earthquake-Shattered Road
December 11th, 2018
The magnitude 7.0 earthquake that rocked Alaska on November 30th was no joke. It shook buildings, destroyed roads, and left aftershocks that have been hitting the region ever since. Fortunately, no fatalities were reported, just a whole lot of destruction by Mother Nature herself.
Posted on the Jeep N Alaska Facebook page, a video shows a Jeep CJ7 pulling up onto the severely damaged road and does what any Jeep does best - tackle the terrain. He starts out with a little uncertainty as you hear worried onlookers with one child yelling for him not to do it, and then he starts to dive into the task at hand. He navigates through the rubble with extreme articulation and successfully makes it to the other side and on his merry way. It's obvious this Jeep has been made for the rougher terrain with its bigger tires, performance suspension, and a front mounted winch.
It's safe to say that this isn't your regular mall crawling Jeep!