Gas stations along the Southeast coast are being slammed by panic buying and long lines — as the cost of a gallon approached what it was more than six years ago.

The shutdown of the biggest oil pipeline in the US from a crippling cyberattack believed to be orchestrated by a Russia-based criminal group pushed  Tuesday’s national average price to $2.985 per gallon of gas, according to the Automobile Association of America.


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Gasoline Pipeline Interruption Triggers Panic Buying and Outages In Southeastern States

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