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After Sandy, Commuters Queue for Fuel and Ferry

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November 5, 2012
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One week after Hurricane Sandy tore through the US East Coast, long lines have become a common sight across northern New Jersey and parts of New York as residents continue to struggle in their daily commute between the two states.


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