In this Dec. 13, 2018 photo, Albert Schoonbeek and Candice Roberson talk about the Unsafe tag their home received after an engineer inspected their home in East Anchorage, Alaska, after the earthquake. Schoonbeek and Roberson are among an unknown number of people displaced by the Nov. 30 earthquake. (Anne Raup | Anchorage Daily News via the Associated Press)

In this Dec. 13, 2018 photo, Albert Schoonbeek and Candice Roberson talk about the Unsafe tag their home received after an engineer inspected their home in East Anchorage, Alaska, after the earthquake. Schoonbeek and Roberson are among an unknown number of people displaced by the Nov. 30 earthquake. (Anne Raup | Anchorage Daily News via the Associated Press)

Some families displaced by Anchorage earthquake

More than 40 people had been placed in hotel rooms as of Dec. 14.

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