From PJ Media: Alabama Oil Pipeline Rupture Wreaks Havoc on Southeast

Lower fuel prices have made summer especially nice for drivers all over the country. But folks throughout the Southeast can say goodbye to low gas prices – at least for the time being. In fact, some folks in the Deep South are seeing flashbacks to the ’70s, thanks to a pipeline rupture in Shelby County, in central Alabama.

Colonial Pipeline, the company that operate the broken pipeline, initially estimated that 225,000 gallons of gasoline spilled, but estimates range as high as 338,000 gallons. This particular pipeline runs from New York City to Houston and normally transports upwards of 1.3 million gallons every day.

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