By Tamar Lapin and Steven Nelson
New York Post
Colonial Pipeline restarted operations on Wednesday — after it was shut down for days over a cyberattack, causing major disruptions and panic-buying at gas stations across the Southeast.
The company said it “initiated the restart of the pipeline” at around 5 p.m. but cautioned that it could take “several days” for the fuel delivery supply chain to return to normal.
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