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States See Gas Shortages After Colonial Pipeline Attack

States across the country, especially the East Coast are seeing gas shortages as consumers continue to stock up on fuel after an attack on the Colonial Pipeline. Georgia Governor Brian Kemp recently signed an executive order suspending the gas tax to help relieve the spiking cost of gas for Georgians. Keep reading to see how other states are responding to the crisis.

North Carolina 

About 7.5% of North Carolina fuel stations are experiencing gasoline outages, according to Gasbuddy.

On Monday, Gov. Roy Cooper issued a state of emergency “suspending motor vehicle fuel regulations to ensure adequate fuel supply supplies throughout the state.”

Florida 

In Florida, about 2.7% of stations are currently without gasoline.

South Carolina 

About 2.9% of South Carolina’s stations have currently reported gas outages.

Keep reading at Fox Business to see how other states are responding.