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Gas sales resumed at Quick and Easy station

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

Gas is flowing again and the Quick and Easy store on Trade Street.

The State Department of Agriculture has given a green light for fuel to be sold here, but they're being very specific.

Right now it's just the grades of 87 and 89 fuel that folks are allowed to purchase.

There still having problems tonight as it relates to 93 octane.

We've learned  more tests will be conducted on Friday, but at this point a state inspector tells WBTV there are issues in the underground tank with water and alcohol.

23 people have complained that the station has sold bad gas.

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