Sunday November 11, 2012

NEW YORK (AP) -- At least for one day, drivers in the New York region seem to be getting a break from spending hours in gas lines after Hurri cane Sandy.

Around New York City, they still waited longer than usual but the lines that stretched a dozen Manhattan blocks earlier in the week at some stations were far shorter. Many were closed -- for lack of fuel or taking a break.

In Brooklyn, drivers waited about 20 minutes at most, much less than in previous days.

In New Jersey, state-im posed gas limits continued in 12 of 21 counties.