Kasita Bailey-Griffin said she filled her gas tank up at a grocery store gas station a few weeks back, and about half an hour later her car stalled on the freeway.
"The car started sputtering, so we literally had to pull off the highway," she said.
She took her 2016 Kia minivan to the dealership to get repairs. That's when she learned the problem was contaminated gasoline. Then, she heard the repair cost.
"Close to $5,000 because we have to get so much. We have to get a fuel injector replaced and all this other stuff that they have to do," Bailey-Griffin
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