Cleveland County, Okla., has tested its vehicles after a shipment of gasoline was recalled. Late last month, Magellan Midstream Partners distributed about 450,000 gallons of gasoline with excessive levels of ethanol to customers across the state. The company issued a recall for all affected, including one of Cleveland County's fueling stations, and is in the process of collecting the fuel, reports KOCO.
County Commissioner Darry Starcy told KOCO that seven or eight fleet vehicles received the bad gasoline. Next, the county will look for any possible damage to the vehicles as a result of this gasoline.