Sat Jun 19, 2021

Pipeline shutdown leads to long lines at the pumps, state emergency order

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The line of cars at the Shell station in Whiteville stretched onto Washington Street Monday night. Staff photos by Justin Smith.

Gov. Roy Cooper on Monday signed an executive order declaring a state of emergency in response to the temporary shutdown of a primary fuel pipeline for North Carolina. The order temporarily suspended motor vehicle fuel regulations “to ensure adequate fuel supply” throughout the state, according to the governor’s office

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