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Breaking News: The Colonial Pipeline began resuming operations, its operator said. The fuel line had been shut down since Friday after a ransomware attack.

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The Colonial Pipeline began resuming operations, its operator said. The fuel line had been shut down since Friday after a ransomware attack.

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 5:39 PM EST

It will take several days for the supply chain to return to normal, the pipeline's operator said.

The shutdown of the fuel line, which stretches from Texas to New Jersey, had led to increased demand for gasoline in some U.S. states, despite the assertions of industry analysts that the impact of the shutdown would remain relatively minor as long as the artery was fully restored soon.

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