We all know that one gas station you want to avoid because the gas seems to cause problems for our car.

People were complaining online about the gas at the Chevron gas station at 1916 E. Isaacs Ave. in Walla Walla. They said there was water in the fuel.

Four people went a step further and contacted the state Department of Agriculture’s Weights and Measures Program. The agency insures you get a full gallon of gas from pumps.

They investigated and found the gas reservoir had 3 inches of water, when the legal limit is a quarter-inch, according to the Walla Walla Union Bulletin.

A state official says they don’t know how the water got into the tank and a station manager suggested the snow fall and rain was responsible.

Chevron pumped the watery fuel out of the tank and replaced it.

The state said they will follow up to retest the fuel again.

The station manager reportedly told a reporter they would reimburse anyone who bought the watery gas.

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