Flotilla of Gas Barges Headed for New York Harbor
Majority of gas stations in area still out of power too
Relief is in sight for increasingly angry victims of Sandy's rampage as a flotilla of ships and barges began unloading gasoline in an effort to reduce long lines of gas-desperate motorists.
"The issue of gasoline has created concern and anxiety and practical problems all throughout the region," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a news conference today. "People can't get gas. It's slowed down the delivery of service, it's increased the stress level all across the region."