The regular and plus pumps at Victory Fuels are shut off after the state received multiple complaints Wednesday morning about bad fuel. Customers were left stranded and now they want the person responsible to pay for the repairs.
Scott Niles had just finished filling up his tank at Victory Fuels when. “I got to TJ Arnolds, 100 yards behind the store and the engine quit running. The fuel pump wouldn't come on, a tow truck came and got the car.” After two days at the shop and a 350 dollar bill “New fuel pump, new fuel filter, and flushing the lines.”
Niles said his mechanic found water in the fuel. “I paid $1.78 a gallon for 5 gallons and I got probably 4 gallons of water and 1 gallon of fuel.”