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Fuel Distributor Fills Underground Gasoline Tanks With Diesel In Airway Heights

AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. -

 

Many people filling up at the Spoko Fuel in Airway Heights did not get what they paid for. Several gallons of diesel fuel was distributed in to the underground fuel tanks at the gas station Tuesday morning.

KHQ reached out to Spoko Fuel management who directed questions to a spokesperson with R.E. Powell distribution company. KHQ's phone calls to the spokesperson were not returned.

It's not known how many gallons were distributed in to the tanks. It's also not know how many people were affected. KHQ spoke to one man Tuesday night who's van shortly died after filling up with the wrong fuel. He was waiting for a tow truck to bring his vehicle home.

 

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