Phoenix Commuters Battle Gas Shortage

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More than a week after operators in Phoenix shut down a ruptured pipeline, cutting off one-third of the city's gas supply, commuters scramble to buy fuel. Many service stations have run out of gas, or have increased their prices from about $1.40 per gallon to more than $2 per gallon. Hear Mark Moran of member station KJZZ.

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