Gas Stations Reopen in Haiti After 2 Months


The sound of people and loud cars and motorcycles echoed through the streets of Port-au-Prince early Saturday, as gas stations reopened in Haiti. Gas stations were opening across the nation for the first time in two months after a powerful gang lifted a crippling fuel blockade. Drivers pushed cars and motorcycles to their nearest gas station and lined up next to colorful minibuses known as “tap taps.” Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer has the details.


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