'Couple more days' for fuel shortage, Bloomberg says; 'free gas' offer triggers rush

The gasoline shortage in the New York City area should be over in "a couple more days," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Saturday, urging New Yorkers to be patient even as officials promised free gas only to then add this caveat: first responders first, then the public can line up.

Electrical power and deliveries are coming back online, Bloomberg said at a press conference, but even so "it may take a few more days before you see this additional supply."

Earlier Saturday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced that "fuel is on the way" with the Department of Defense deploying five mobile fuel stations to New York City and Long Island, albeit with a 10 gallon limit.

"The good news," Cuomo said of the promised 12 million gallons, "is it's going to be free."

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Comment by Justin A Horne on November 4, 2012 at 3:51pm

I'm good man, thanks to a few friends on here(I don't want to embarrass anybody) I was prepared well before the storm. The chaos that you hear about in the city and Jersey is well beyond my reach. Thanks for asking Troy.

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