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Dozens of cars line up outside London’s gas station in a panic buy warning

Dozens of vehicles were seen waiting in line at a gas station in London on September 25, as the British government warned against panicking the fuel hoarding. According to the BBC, a shortage of drivers interrupted fuel supplies and closed some gas stations. BP is one of the affected companies, and the group states that it has closed about 20 of its 1,200 petrol outposts. According to Reuters, the EG Group has introduced a £ 30 per customer limit for “unprecedented customer demand.” Carla Francome recorded this footage on Saturday morning showing a long line outside a gas station in London’s Bounds Green district. Credit: Carla Francome via Storyful

Dozens of cars line up outside London’s gas station in a panic buy warning

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