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Superstorm Sandy: Jet Fuel Worries
Northeast fuel shortage worries are expanding. Now jet fuel is of concern.
FOX News Radio’s Lilian Woo has more:
Storm slammed parts of New York and New Jersey have been grappling with fuel and power shortages. And now, some airlines are taking action, afraid they’ll also be affected. U.S. Airways, Southwest Airlines and Republic Airlines among the carriers taking the unusual and costly step of putting extra fuel on inbound planes to make sure they can fly out again. This, despite airport authorities insistence there is an adequate supply. The government trying to speed up deliveries to the area with temporary waivers, such as one allowing more oil tankers into northeast ports.
Lilian Woo, FOX News Radio.