Published Jun 04, 2016

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The state has shut down pumps at a Northland gas station after consumers say mechanics found water in their fuel tanks. Drivers say they're hundred of dollars in debt after filling up at the KCI Kwik Shoppe in Ferrelview, just north of the river.

The state confirms water was found in the station's in-ground fuel storage tanks following heavy rain and storms earlier this week.

Barry Bartlett has had several customers come to the Jack Miller Kia Service Center this week with the same problem: water in their fuel. He held up bottles filled with samples from customers' gas tanks.

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