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BP Recalls 2 Million Gallons of Gasoline
August 27, 2012
BP has recalled more than 2 million gallons of gasoline in the Midwest after fuel shipped between Aug. 13 and 17 to stations in Indiana, Wisconsin and Illinois contained a higher level of residue, which clogs the fuel system and prevents engines from starting.
Retailers who receive complaints should direct affected motorists to call BP's customer hotline at 800-333-3991. Gas claims may also be filed at firstname.lastname@example.org. The company also has set up a website to answer questions at bpresponse.com.
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