November 2, 2012

The Battle for Fuel in New York City

Caitlin Dickson , The Daily Beast


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At 7:30 Thursday morning, the line at the Hess gas station on the corner of McGuiness and Greenpoint Avenue in Brooklyn was starting to get out of control. By two in the afternoon, the customers were queued up down the block.

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