Drivers wait in lines, some as long as 45 minutes, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, to get gas at an Exxon in Fort Worth, Texas. State officials warned businesses against price gouging Tuesday even as people worried about the possibility of rising gasoline prices crowded into gas stations in Texas after terrorist attacks on the East Coast. (AP Photo/Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Jeffery Washington)
Drivers wait in lines, some as long as 45 minutes, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, to get gas at an Exxon in Fort Worth, Texas. State officials warned businesses against price gouging Tuesday even as people worried about the possibility of rising gasoline prices crowded into gas stations in Texas after terrorist attacks on the East Coast. (AP Photo/Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Jeffery Washington) Jefferey Washington Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Drivers wait in lines, some as long as 45 minutes, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, to get gas at an Exxon in Fort Worth, Texas. State officials warned businesses against price gouging Tuesday even as people worried about the possibility of rising gasoline prices crowded into gas stations in Texas after terrorist attacks on the East Coast. (AP Photo/Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Jeffery Washington) Jefferey Washington Fort Worth Star-Telegram

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