The American Automobile Association says the forced shutdown of a vital U.S. pipeline due to a cyberextortion attempt could soon affect the prices and supply in the eastern and southeastern part of the U.S. AAA spokesperson Jeanette McGee says the area from Mississippi to Tennessee over to Georgia up to Delaware could see price increases of three to seven cents possibly this week along with low fuel supply.

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