It was recently reported by NBC News that the husband of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, Todd Palin, was involved in a snow machine crash on Sunday night that resulted in serious injuries.

Todd Palin appears to be hospitalized in intensive care and Sarah Palin canceled a campaign appearance on behalf of the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Florida, in order to get back with her husband.

Sarah Palin canceled an attendance at a Trump’s campaign stop after her husband was involved in a snow machine accident. Credit: Business Insider

“Governor Palin is returning to Alaska to be with her husband and looks forward to being back on the campaign trail soon,” the campaign said.

After Sarah Palin cancelled the rally for Trump’s campaign late in the morning, a statement was released from the Republican presidential frontrunner’s campaign stating that Todd Palin was involved in a bad snow machine accident and that Trump’s thoughts and prayers are with Palin and her family.

It’s worth noticing that Palin was scheduled to appear on Donald Trump’s behalf at the campaign event in Florida in advance of the state’s primary that will take place on Tuesday. The campaign event would have taken place in The Villages, yet Palin initially cancelled only stating that she wished her best to Mr. Trump in the upcoming primaries.

She later explained the situation in detail and reported her husband’s snow machine accident. In spite of this, she managed to appear at the Arcadia All-Florida Championship Rodeo and Florida Strawberry Festival on Sunday before cancelling the Monday events.

Only two days before her husband’s snow machine incident, Sarah Palin announced on a Facebook post that she was heading out to the Sunshine State to support Trump.

And even though the details of Todd’s snowmobile crash remain unclear, the husband of former Alaska Governor was involved in a very serious accident, according to an NBC news report. Todd Palin is an avid snowmobile driver and four-times champion of the Iron Dog award.

Source: NBC News