Tainted BP Gas Issue Grows
Bad Fuel Sold In Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin
BP's issue with tainted gasoline is now bigger, by more than double.
The oil giant originally estimated that 2.1 million gallons of gas were sold to Northwest Indiana gas stations. Now that estimate is 4.7 million gallons in stations stretching from Central Indiana, to Southern Wisconsin.
Will Riley, an Indy-based attorney who is heading up a class action lawsuit, says the growing estimate shows BP doesn't really have a handle on the tainted gas issue. Riley says we might still just have the tip of the iceberg, and thousands of claims of damaged fuel systems pour in from angry customers.
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