Broken fuel line leads to gas spill at Paso Robles station


Paso Robles firefighters are working to clean up 50 gallons of gasoline after a hose on a truck removing gas from a station in Paso Robles broke on Tuesday evening.

At about 7 p.m., a truck from Jaco Oil was pumping gas out of a tank at Wayside Liquor on Creston Road when a line blew and gas leaked onto the asphalt. The station is temporarily closing for renovation. It is expected to reopen in about a month.

Firefighters responded to the station and cleaned up the spill.

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