People in Nova Scotia are preparing as Hurricane Fiona storms northward toward Atlantic Canada.
Grocery stores across the province were busy in the days leading up the storm’s expected landfall on Saturday morning.
Residents also joined lines to refuel cars and fill propane tanks.
Fiona is expected to bring heavy rains, battering winds, storm surges and widespread power outages across the province.
Some gas stations in the province quickly reported they were out of fuel.
That was the case at a Wilsons in Tantallon, N.S., Cassidy Smith, an employee at the station, said the location ran out of regular gas twice: once at 5 p.m.Thursday and again at around 1 a.m. on Friday.
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