Published May 22, 2019

Stefanko took his car to the dealer who told him he has “contaminated fuel.” He has to pay close to $400 to fix it.

After hearing this, we stopped by the gas station and found we were not the only ones checking out their gas. Only WINK News was there as the Dept. of Agriculture spent house inspecting each pump a the station.

That is when we met Vanessa Delgado. Her story was sadly similar to Stefanko’s.

“He’s like yeah, all of our sensors are saying the gas was bad,” Delgado said. “It had too much water in it.”

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