I drive a Honda Clarity fuel cell car and am located in Davis (just west of Sacramento). We have (a) the one original (Linde; now Iwatani-purchased) hydrogen fuel pump in West Sacramento and (b & c) two new 2019 (Shell) pumps in Sacramento. Throughout 2017 and most of 2018 (despite there being only one pump in the area) hydrogen availability for me was OK. But this month, Pump A (which currently has fuel and I believe depends on deliveries of liquid hydrogen) has been broken for many days. And Pumps B and C (which unfortunately depend on gaseous hydrogen deliveries) have no fuel (because of Santa Clara fire, I assume). So due to two separate incidents, fuel cell car drivers in the Sacramento region are currently suffering with NO hydrogen fuel available within a reasonable driving range for an unknown length of time. (It obviously makes little sense to try to drive to Truckee or to the Bay area and back in search of a working pump.) I'm afraid I have no updates and no solutions. But I'd be glad to hear from others who may have either. Also, I am interested in how this (presumably temporary) problem has affected drivers' opinions of hydrogen fuel cell car technology (see poll).