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Gas shortages spike as people flee from Hurricane Florence

USATODAY.com Thursday, 13 September 2018
Gas shortages spike as people flee from Hurricane FlorenceMany gas stations across North Carolina and South Carolina are running out of fuel as Hurricane Florence nears the East Coast.
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News video: Gas stations busy as residents prepare for Hurricane Florence's landfall

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Gas stations across the Carolinas were busier than usual on Tuesday, September 12, as residents rushed to refuel ahead of Hurricane Florence's landfall.

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