FILE - In this Nov. 3, 2012 file photo, Staff Sgt. Nathan Roczen fills a gas canister for a member of the public who had waited in line for three hours for free gas delivered by the Federal Emergency Management Administration at the West Brighton armory in the Staten Island borough of New York. Superstorm Sandy left the region with wide-spread gasoline shortages as stations lacked electricity to run their pumps and fuel deliveries couldn't be made. More than three decades before Sandy, a state law and a series of legislative reports began warning New York politicians to prepare for a storm of historic proportions, spelling out scenarios eerily similar to what actually happened.(AP Photo/Eileen A. J. Connelly, File)

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FILE - In this Nov. 3, 2012 file photo, Staff Sgt. Nathan Roczen fills a gas canister for a member of the public who had waited in line for three hours for free gas delivered by the Federal Emergency Management Administration at the West Brighton armory in the Staten Island borough of New York. Superstorm Sandy left the region with wide-spread gasoline shortages as stations lacked electricity to run their pumps and fuel deliveries couldn't be made. More than three decades before Sandy, a state law and a series of legislative reports began warning New York politicians to prepare for a storm of historic proportions, spelling out scenarios eerily similar to what actually happened.(AP Photo/Eileen A. J. Connelly, File)
FILE - In this Nov. 3, 2012 file photo, Staff Sgt. Nathan Roczen fills a gas canister for a member of the public who had waited in line for three hours for free gas delivered by the Federal Emergency Management Administration at the West Brighton armory in the Staten Island borough of New York. Superstorm Sandy left the region with wide-spread gasoline shortages as stations lacked electricity to run their pumps and fuel deliveries couldn't be made. More than three decades before Sandy, a state law and a series of legislative reports began warning New York politicians to prepare for a storm of historic proportions, spelling out scenarios eerily similar to what actually happened.(AP Photo/Eileen A. J. Connelly, File)
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