Published Oct 31, 2016

Rod Camilleri was driving from Canberra Airport to his home in Kameruka in the Bega Valley on January 20 when he stopped to fill his car with 70 litres of diesel from the United service station.


When he arrived home two hours later, his car would no longer start.


"As soon as I got home the car stalled and it had less than 15,000 kilometres on it," he said. "It just wouldn't start again.

"It was sent to a diesel specialist and the fuel was found to be contaminated."

When Mr Camilleri called the service station, he was told at least two other people had already notified the United station about fuel contamination.

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