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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- State officials are reminding Floridians that gasoline may be in short supply because of the Gulf of Mexico production lost in Hurricane Katrina.
Officials say that right now there's plenty of gasoline in the state and companies are making plans to get it from the northeast and overseas.
But Lt. Gov. Toni Jennings said there still could be some areas that run short.
Jennings said people shouldn't cancel travel plans for the Labor Day weekend, but they need to be careful about doing pointless driving around.
Jennings added that people don't need to hoard gasoline, but should plan carefully in the next couple weeks because some gas stations may run out of fuel and have a hard time getting it replenished.