George Corzine, left, runs the shop at Fill & Grill, Inc. in East Naples and carries a newly-filled propane tank out for a customer on Friday, Nov. 12, 2010. In the wake of Thursday's gas line explosion in Fort Myers, Corzine says that  he did a day's worth of work in three hours on Friday morning as restaurant staffs scrambled to purchase propane and natural gas-to-propane conversion kits for their kitchens. 'I've been here for two years and I haven't seen chaos like this for a long time,' Corzine said. He added that ten people were standing in line when he opened Friday morning and compared Friday's rush for fuel to people preparing for a hurricane. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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George Corzine, left, runs the shop at Fill & Grill, Inc. in East Naples and carries a newly-filled propane tank out for a customer on Friday, Nov. 12, 2010. In the wake of Thursday's gas line explosion in Fort Myers, Corzine says that he did a day's worth of work in three hours on Friday morning as restaurant staffs scrambled to purchase propane and natural gas-to-propane conversion kits for their kitchens. "I've been here for two years and I haven't seen chaos like this for a long time," Corzine said. He added that ten people were standing in line when he opened Friday morning and compared Friday's rush for fuel to people preparing for a hurricane. Tristan Spinski/Staff

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