PORT CHESTER, N.Y. – If you’re fearing long lines at the pump in Port Chester and Rye and are looking to cross the border into Greenwich to fuel up, think twice, police warn.
Greenwich service stations are seeing a significant increase in their fuel and gas line consumption because the town is the first exit off I-95 in Connecticut. Lt. Kraig Gray, spokesperson for the Greenwich Police Department, says tri-state drivers searching for gas during the shortage should drive further up I-95 into Stamford, Darien or Norwalk where there is fuel and no lines.
“In the best interest of everybody and keeping the fuel evenly distributed, maybe a couple minutes up the line would be their best bet,” said Gray.
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