he manager at the gas station told Channel 9 that rainwater flooded the tanks after road crews across the street had blocked the drains.
Since the discovery, crews have installed a 24-inch pipe to fix the problem.
Channel 9 learned there have been nearly 30 other complaints in the past two weeks at gas stations all over the state.
In a dozen of the cases, state officials confirmed there was water in the gas.
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