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State of emergency in Portugal by brandstoftekorten, rows up to a mile long at gas stations
By a strike of the brandstoftransporteurs there are a lot of service stations in Portugal is dry. In many places where there still fuel, the long queues to refuel - sometimes up to a kilometre long. It is easter holidays and so there are many tourists in Portugal. The Portuguese government has the state of emergency was declared.

As'n of 2,800 gas stations throughout the country today reported brandstoftekorten. Only all in the neighbourhood of Lisbon, it goes to 800 service stations in Porto to 400. Especially on diesel, there is a shortage. Also the airports of Faro and Lisbon, the last of the strike. The airports have their emergency reserves of fuel should be tapping into.

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