Even after the Colonial Pipeline restarted operations Wednesday after experiencing a cyberattack, fuel shortages continued due to “panic buying and hoarding,” said GasBuddy’s Patrick De Haan. Shortly after Colonial shut down, he said, “we saw gasoline demand shoot up instantly,” even in parts of the U.S. that weren’t directly affected, such as Miami. De Haan joined the PBS NewsHour’s William Brangham on Thursday to discuss the hack and continued gas shortages throughout the U.S.
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