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    Fuel Relief Fund Heads to New Jersey Coastline

    The non-profit organization is soliciting contributions for post-Sandy disaster fuel aid.

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The Fuel Relief Fund is sending fuel trucks loaded with gasoline and diesel to New Jersey's coastline in order to help relieve fuel shortages in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. Additional fuel relief resources will be coordinated in this ongoing effort, the organization stated.

    The Fuel Relief Fund is a global non-profit group that provides free fuel and free gas cards immediately following a major disaster. In the past, it has responded to incidents such as Hurricane Katrina, the 2010 Haiti earthquake, and the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

    The organization is soliciting monetary contributions to help in its response effort. For more information or to donate, visit www.fuelrelieffund.org.

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