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Scary millions of gallons of desperately needed gasoline to the heart of the storm zone.
Are now off -- and ready to unload.
But the panic buying continues because getting that gas from ships to cars is proving to be a herculean task.
As you know folks across new York New Jersey Connecticut and beyond have had to wait to fill up in many cases for hours on in in lines that stretched for miles.
Trying to buy fuel for vehicles and generators.
And then you have all the people who wait in line finally to get to the front of the line did find the pumps have run dry listen.
And then hit three hours three hours three hours unbelievable three hours Tim doesn't he has no breakfast.
That by you you almost can't get gas a bloody fight for some states you go through -- -- bought their way info when it took nominated just below.
It is about as -- It's very rough AAA reports that some two thirds of all stations in the area are shut down but -- they have no power or no fuel or both.
But that is far from the only problem here you see tankers and barges usually deliver oil into New York Harbor.
At some of the terminals you see here on this map but the harbor was shut for days.
And today the New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg said that's just the tip of the iceberg.
Refineries I have then closed.
And pumping stations have had no electricity and some terminals in the region have been closely entire.
Supply chain has been -- next.
Earlier today the federal government waved a law that prevents foreign ships from carrying fuel between US ports.
That should help get supplies here more quickly but the White House says there has so far been no decision on whether to release oil from strategic reserves.
The Fox Report she correspondent Jonathan Hunt is live bay ridge Brooklyn tonight so.
-- the tankers are on the way how long until the fuel gets to the people who need.
Well it's still have at least some time shed blood.
Official say yelled -- but help being on the way.
The problem here is that you'll column where I'm standing right now has been closed for the very good reason that they were very worried about the sort of debris that might -- Didn't awarded -- might pose a threat to the -- But now do you have these trying -- -- are waiting outside.
That purple you have to get the bodies to them that you have to go through the long process.
-- problem paying all the gas and oil problem that tankers to the the target that day I have to get back AV is yet to the terminals -- -- but nonetheless Governor Cuomo revealed that nobody panic.
-- -- -- There is no reason to panic there's no reason for anxiety.
And this is a we understand why there was a shortage.
Four very definable reasons.
We also understand why it's going to be better it's going to be better in the in the near future.
So no panic -- -- -- We ask for a little patience.
Better in the near future about that clearly -- the day he is rather than our share.
It on the on the bright side of things at least part of New York City got some power back a couple of hours ago.
Yeah you know a couple that was the -- shut the lights went on eight good bad -- so different hand Manhattan where crawl up about how are in Brooklyn eagle -- -- -- the cheers for media when -- lights came on Kyle and that will help obviously to -- situation because now will gas stations will have.
Our content on that I'm not so it launched a -- to GOP and north of the city they'll still no power that -- haven't -- you cannot pump gas.
Without power to run the pumps -- Of course not some power back on lower east side.
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