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Shortly before the gas ran out, customers wait in line at a Hess station where the line of cars snaked 10 blocks, and at least 60 people waited to fill red gas cans for their generators, in the Gowanus section of  Brooklyn, New York  Friday morning, Oct 2, 2012. Courier Winston Alfred said he had been there in his van since 4:20 am, and was second in line, when he was turned away four hours later. (AP Photo/David Caruso)
Photo by: David Caruso
Shortly before the gas ran out, customers wait in line at a Hess station where the line of cars snaked 10 blocks, and at least 60 people waited to fill red gas cans for their generators, in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn, New York Friday morning, Oct 2, 2012. Courier Winston Alfred said he had been there in his van since 4:20 am, and was second in line, when he was turned away four hours later. (AP Photo/David Caruso)

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