(Jorge Ribas, Whitney Leaming, Patrick Martin/The Washington Post)
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Floridians face long lines for gas after Irma
Floridians still had to wait in long lines for gas on Sept. 12, days after Hurricane Irma disrupted fuel deliveries.
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