Waiting for gas in Pompano Beach

A day after Hurricane Wilma left South Florida, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100100403240000" title="Pompano Beach" href="/topic/us/florida/broward-county/pompano-beach-PLGEO100100403240000.topic">Pompano Beach</a> residents line up for as long as three hours hoping to fill gas cans at a station on NE 54th St and N. Dixie Highway. In front with white hat on is Pompano's Lucas Ferraz. A Broward Sheriff's Office car parked in the street as police kept order.
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( Robert Duyos, Sun Sentinel / October 25, 2005 )

A day after Hurricane Wilma left South Florida, Pompano Beach residents line up for as long as three hours hoping to fill gas cans at a station on NE 54th St and N. Dixie Highway. In front with white hat on is Pompano's Lucas Ferraz. A Broward Sheriff's Office car parked in the street as police kept order.

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