By Jordan Lancaster
Nearly 90% of gas stations in Washington, D.C. were out of fuel during the peak of the gas shortage Sunday night.
GasBuddy analyst Patrick De Haan reported Sunday evening that 12,466 gas stations were out of fuel, including 88% of all gas stations in the nation’s capital. The number of gas outages in D.C. had increased by 16% since De Haan’s update just a few hours earlier.
Since then, the number of gas stations without fuel has been steadily dropping. By Monday afternoon, 69% of D.C. gas stations were without fuel, and the total number of stations without gas had dropped to 11,667.
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