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Long Lines At White Plains Gas StationsThursday

USA Gasoline on 378 Mamaroneck Ave. is out of gas Thursday, but said it expects to have gas Friday. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Cars pilled into gas stations across White Plains Thursday, leaving some without gas. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Lines at many gas stations in White Plains spilled into the street Thursday. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly
Residents bring their gas cans to fill, some for generators. Photo Credit: Brian Donnelly

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Frank Stefanelli lost power Monday and has been using the generator he bought after Hurricane Irene to power his home ever since.

Thursday, he filled a gas can to fuel his generator at Celestino's Gas Station on 457 Mamaroneck Ave., which was one of many with lines spilling into the street. The Gulf Station on 634 Mamaroneck Ave. had a line stretching back to USA Gasoline on 378 Mamaroneck Ave., which was out of gas Thursday.

A gas station attendant said USA Gasoline will likely have gas Friday, but have been unable to get deliveries in the past few days because of Hurricane Sandy.

Celestino's and the Mobile station on 417 Mamaroneck Ave. required police direction to control traffic while long lines created an obstruction.

With gas shortages in White Plains, Mamaroneck and other areas in Westchester, The White Plains Daily Voice wants to know if you have had trouble finding gas in White Plains.

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