Alaska hospital staff's incredible teamwork after 7.0 earthquake

After a 7.0 earthquake rocked Anchorage, Alaska on November 30, the city and surrounding areas experienced severe infrastructural damage.

One hospital in Palmer, just 40 miles from Anchorage, devised a novel way to overcome their problems.

With broken elevators and meal trays stacking up, they decided to create a tray relay of sorts, forming a line and passing the trays back.

"Our elevators were broken and the meal trays were overflowing. We had to get them back to the kitchen somehow!" said the filmer.