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Police are now stationed -- gas stations all over New York City in Long Island.
And forced -- these and forcing rather these new rationing rules.
Drivers -- license plates ending in odd and even numbers can get gas on alternating days at the new policy.
Adding to the frustrations in the aftermath of hurricane sandy.
Look at -- line.
This is horrible.
Horrible very frustrating -- -- -- got the best you'll combat being.
I'm not encouraged that -- -- god bless America I think he'll cut down the -- for the lines.
That's not the exception that's the rule everywhere.
Antwan Lewis filed this story at a queens New York -- you go.
Well this morning we are reporting at one of the busiest gas stations in New York City this one right behind me -- island city queens.
The lines are still here however the wait times.
Decrease in all of that has to do.
With the rationing the gas rationing rules that are now in place in the city of new York and -- Long Island.
Similar to what New Jersey -- early this -- so what you need to know is that if your license -- ends and an odd -- that you can't get gas on an -- day to license -- ends and an even number then you'll have to go on an even -- days like today's my -- odd numbers those drivers who have those vehicles can gas up -- -- the -- it's much did you need exemptions are -- people who have gas -- -- -- -- -- emergency vehicles that taxi limousines and we also want to remind people that the police -- -- -- making sure everybody plays -- -- -- about a -- we know that there's -- a lot of frustration.
City officials understand that police they understand -- tried to relieve this much pressure at the palm in a different capacity as they possibly can thank you from Long Island City queens.
See you -- thank you fox New York fair but believe me there every person here has a story about how to get through this the line and that PCS saw it went over the bridge.
Over the bridge.
Down the street.
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