The store manager at the Shell Gas Station said they became aware of the issues on Thursday when workers from the Department of Agriculture came by to test the fuel. After doing so, they placed “stop sale” stickers on Plus and Premium fuel pumps. Officials have been working to filter out that water and re-testing the fuel to ensure the problem has been resolved.
One driver said her car wouldn’t start after filling up at the station. When she took it to a mechanic, it was determined the car’s fuel lines needed to be cleaned out, which costs close to $1,000.
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