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By Delivrine Registre - bio | email

September 21, 2008

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Hurricane Ike may be long gone, but the storm's damage is still affecting gas pumps all over the Southeast. Several Albany gas stations are without gas again this weekend.

The Woodall's on Slappey and at the corner of Westgate and Westover are completely out of gas. So are the Enmark stations on North and South Slappey. AAA reported Saturday that the pipeline is still experiencing interruptions due to power problems caused by Hurricane Ike.

"This time we ran out. We got it Thursday night and ran out Friday around lunch time. And we've been out ever since, and we don't know when we will get any more. And it has affected business a lot very, very drastically," said Enmark employee, Ericka Davis. 

AAA said they do not expect normal service to be restored until next Friday.

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