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-- say Third World conditions and our nation's most populous city hard to believe gas rationing.
Is now spreading.
Earlier today police here -- new York and out on Long Island started enforcing rationing rules similar to those that we've been living with across the state line in New Jersey.
The regulations only let drivers fill up the tanks every other day according to the license plates they called an -- even plan.
Before today lines have been absolutely insane pretty chaotic people are just.
Can you imagine waiting in line for hours and hours for gasoline burning something.
You can't afford to live without fuel and a lot of stations didn't have enough of it at all in the wake of -- -- at the super storm standing in this weekend's.
Or this week's nor'easter made it even worse now police are keeping a close eye on cars making sure those drivers stick to the new system reaction.
-- This is horrible horrible very frustrated that haven't got the best you'll combat being.
I'm not -- because that no -- gob bless America.
And with gas still in short supply the New York City mayor says this could continue for weeks the fox reports chief correspondent.
She's live in news reports tonight Jonathan the rationing leading to shorter line jet.
Well according to New York City man Mike Bloomberg yes it is and by definition of calls it should.
You're supposed to have -- as many -- able to get gas on any given day according to this.
All of even rationing but still what their odds still long lines there -- still some very short tempers at that.
And the distribution system still has many problems from damage pipelines and refineries.
To gas stations that will know how -- and if you don't have power -- -- gas stations.
You can't run the pumps so for the moment at least I would for a couple of weeks according to man Mike Bloomberg this kind of senior looking at right back.
Is the new normal and Harris for a lot of people.
That is bringing back memories I'm not very fond ones at the gas shortages in the long lines we -- way back in the 1970s.
-- I can tell you six days ago they did this over Governor Christie did this over in New Jersey and it has helped some but still there so many other problems on the East Coast.
We still have about what a half a million people without electricity.
Yet that is the biggest single problem in the entire region -- according to the latest -- something like 400000.
-- And businesses are still -- that power officials across the region job bringing in crews from around the country to try to help.
But their -- a lot of problems and well according to a lot of residents.
Then not doing it quickly enough and according to the -- governor Andrew Cuomo.
They're all summer ridiculous problems including.
A simple shortage of polls listen.
They ran out of poles believe it or not.
They ran out of polls.
You know poles -- something that utility company would want to have you would fit right.
You don't know what utility company does it basically comes down to why -- in polls.
And crews in trucks these things you would want to have.
How can you run out of polls.
But somehow they did run out of polls -- homelessness is also a great problem of course Harris tens of thousands of people.
Remain homeless not cross the border from Matt Blumberg to Governor Cuomo officials are saying it eight is it getting -- -- But no homes no how -- no gas for a lot of people they would say that every day it's getting a -- Woods Paris and that snowstorm was no joke it has been cold tough conditions Jonathan Hunt thank you very much.
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