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Panic Drives Gas Shortages After Colonial Pipeline Ransomware Attack – NPR

Department of Energy officials, state governors and local gas station attendants across the southeast are pleading with motorists to stop hoarding gas as the company…



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Customers swarm a COSTCO gas station amid fears of a gas shortage in Richmond, Va., Tuesday. The line at the facility extended around the entire building.
Steve Helber/AP
The Colonial Pipeline hack that shut down the major gasoline and jet fuel pipeline to large swaths of the south and the east coast, is leading to temporary shortages.
The cyberattack disabled computer systems responsible for fuel production from Texas to the northeast and now gas stations in the southeast are seeing panicked motorists…

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