Gas hits $4.65 in California
LOS ANGELES (AP) - One woman says she "thought it was a mistake on the sign" when she pulled into a Los Angeles gas station and found gas selling for $4.65 a gallon. Nancy Garcia says she couldn't afford to fill her tank all the way.
Gasoline prices in California are seeing another peak today, a day after passing a four-year high.
According to Triple-A, the average price per gallon rose four cents since yesterday, to $4.65 and a half.
A temporary reduction in supply is giving California the most expensive gas in the nation.
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