Gas Prices React To Terrorist Attacks

Fargo, Nd – The price of gasoline is already reacting to today's attacks on the East Coast.

Jim Feneis of First Fuel Bank in St. Cloud had to bump his price up 10-cents to a dollar-79-point-9 this morning. He cautions that prices could go higher.

He says the price of MidEast oil in London has jumped three dollars-29 cents a barrel when trading stopped.

Feneis says if the terrorism situation isn't resolve in the next few days, there might be a shortage of gasoline.

He received word from his suppliers that they cannot guarantee the price of word form his suppliers that they cannot guarantee the price of future deliveries, nor even guarantee the deliveries themselves.