Gas lines! Aerial shots of Riverhead, Cutchogue during gas crisis

11/02/2012 3:31 PM |
GIANNA VOLPE PHOTO | Lines stretching from a Valero in Main Road to Sound Avenue.

GIANNA VOLPE PHOTO | A line stretching north from a Valero in Main Road.

Suffolk Times staffer Gianna Volpe took to the sky at noon Friday in an airplane — but with a camera in hand — and took these aerial photos of gas lines in Riverhead and Cutchogue.

Two photos are of the Valero gas station on Main Road in Cutchogue, where a line stretched about a half-mile short of Sound Avenue.

The other two shots are of a Hess station on Route 58 in Riverhead, near Tanger Outlets, where a line stretched past the Long Island Expressway.

Read more about the gas crisis.

See suffolktimes.com on Saturday for shoreline aerial photos.

GIANNA VOLPE PHOTO | Lines stretching from a Valero in Main Road to Sound Avenue.

GIANNA VOLPE PHOTO | A line stretching north from a Valero in Main Road.

Tanger, Gas Crisis, Long Island, Riverhead

GIANNA VOLPE PHOTO | Gas lines stretching from the Route 58 Hess near Tanger.

GIANNA VOLPE PHOTO | Gas lines stretching from the Route 58 Hess near Tanger.

GIANNA VOLPE PHOTO | Gas lines stretching from the Route 58 Hess near Tanger.

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