. Diesel lacking for Cuba drivers as fuel used for electricity « JO LEE MAGAZINE

ABC NEWS/Dany Pérez had spent four days in a line of vehicles waiting to fill his truck with diesel he needs for the 900-kilometers (560-mile) trip from Havana to his home in eastern Cuba.

Such lines have become increasingly common in Cuba, where officials apparently have been sending scarce diesel fuel to power generation plants rather than fuel stations for vehicles.

It’s not the first time the island has suffered fuel shortages, but it’s one of worst.

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