Gas rationing for New York City area after storm

New York City started rationing gas as tempers remained short, lines remained long and panic buying continued more than 10 days after a deadly superstorm stunned the infrastructure of America's largest city.


Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Friday the shortages could last another couple of weeks and that only a quarter of the city's gas stations were open. Some had no power, and others couldn't get fuel from terminals. (AP)