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Gas runs out after Colonial Pipeline cyberattack: North Carolina declares state of emergency

Cars Line Up Outside Stations In Virginia, Atlanta And Florida And American Airlines Adds Extra Stops To Long Haul Flights

By HARRIET ALEXANDER

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

Gas stations from Florida to Atlanta to Virginia are closing their pumps due to a fuel shortage brought on by the Colonial Pipeline hack – and a state of emergency has been declared by the governor of North Carolina.

American Airlines was adding stops to two of its long-haul flights from its Charlotte, North Carolina hub, CNBC reported, as a likely effort to conserve fuel in areas where it could run short.

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