"Gas didn't go through my head at all. I thought maybe it was overheating, maybe it needed water in the radiator, but I've never had a problem with the engine on that vehicle," said Hight.
It wasn't until Sunday when she went back into Shanirock that she discovered her car wasn't the problem, but the gas.
"He gave me the number that I could call and let me know that I could find out exactly what time of the day that I was there so I would have all the information needed for the gas provider."
Hight says the Shanirock employee told her at least 40 people had come in over the weekend reporting the same problem.
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