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Updated: 09/10/2017 08:30:01AM

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Joshua Hagarty of Sebring topped off his tank at the Circle K in South Sebring. The line of cars was 30 deep on Friday morning.

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Cherie Dorothy of Sebring and Joanie Scheidler of Roselle, Illinois ran Hurricane Irma errands on Friday morning.

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Thousands of evacuees from South Florida rolled north on U.S. 27 in the past week on their way to safety.

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Citgo at Golfview and U.S. 27 sold out of gasoline on Thursday and was back open Friday, but fuel tankers in the Gulf may be deterred by Hurricane Irma. Fuel tank trucks have to battle traffic jams on I-75 and I-4.

By GARY PINNELL

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SEBRING — If the power goes out, head down to Sandy’s Circle Café.

“We’re going to give food away,” said Sandy Jones.

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