Gas Pumps Dry Drivers Told Not To Panic: Maria Boynton Reports

The rupture of a gas pipeline in Alabama still has stations out of fuel across metro Atlanta. Deliveries are also threatened in other states, including Virginia, Tennessee, and North and South Carolina.

Rich Lewis is Director of Fuel and Measures for the Georgia Department of Agriculture. (Courtesy of the Ga Dept of Agriculture)

Rich Lewis is Director of Fuel and Measures for the Georgia Department of Agriculture. (Courtesy of the Ga Dept of Agriculture)


Drivers say they are having a hard time finding gasoline, and when they do, it’s expensive. Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has issued an executive order reiterating a state law banning unusually high spikes in prices for fuel.

Listen As Georgia Fuels And Measures Director Provides Status Of Gas Shortage

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