Todd Palin: Husband of Sarah Palin Seriously Injured in Snowmobile Accident

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Todd Palin - the husband of former Alaska governor and vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin - has been hospitalized following a snowmobile accident in Alaska.

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The extent of Palin's injuries is unknown, but NBC News has described his condition as "very serious."

Palin was scheduled to speak at a Donald Trump rally in Florida this afternoon, but she has canceled her appearance in order to return home and be by her husband's side.

The Palin's eldest son, Track Palin, was arrested on domestic violence charges in January and was scheduled to be in court today.

It is not yet known if his father's injuries will cause the start of Track's trial to be delayed.

Sarah Palin's social media followers became concerned when she abruptly canceled her appearance just minutes before she was scheduled to take the stage today.

The Trump campaign issued the following statement moments ago:

"Todd Palin was in a bad snow machine accident last night and is currently hospitalized. Governor Palin is returning to Alaska to be with her husband and looks forward to being back on the campaign trail soon. Mr. Trump's thoughts and prayers are with the Palin family at this time."

We will have updates on this story as more information becomes available.

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Todd Palin Biography

Todd Palin Sighting
Todd Palin is the husband of Sarah Palin, the Republican nominee for Vice President in 2008. He began dating his wife in Wasilla High... More »
Dillingham, Alaska
Full Name
Todd Mitchell Palin

Todd Palin Quotes

Todd Palin [on his wife]: I remember the first time she ran for mayor one of her fellow council members told her you can't run because you've got three negatives: Track, Bristol and Willow. Those are the three kids we had at the time. So when you tell her that kind of stuff, she just gets fired up. We're an Alaska family that adapts.

He's been trained for this mission and so we've seen that confidence in that young man. We're, of course, nervous.

Todd Palin [on son leaving for Iraq]