DENISON, Tex. -- This week's recent rains is causing more pain at the pump for Denison drivers. Several customers of the Lucky Stop Number 9 Convenience store tell us they had car trouble right after they filled up their tanks.
A store employee blames the watery fuel on those recent rains, saying this has never happened before.
The gas station owner says six people filled up their vehicles before store personell realized something was wrong. Those cars all had to be towed away from the gas station. Crystal Lowery says her car suffered $800 worth of damage.
"You always trust the stores to check gasoline, now you just want to take precautions about when you get gas," said Lowery.
The owner of the Lucky Stop Number 9 says he's offered to pay for customers' car repairs.
"It's all been taken care of...we'll take care of everything," said store employee Sarban Chipalu.
As for now, Lucky Stop Number 9 assures us no more watery gas will be sold.