Baltimore Patrol Cars Return To Service After Fuel Contamination
September 27, 2009
A third of Baltimore's patrol fleet has returned to service, after a fuel-contamination incident at a city fueling station earlier in the week had briefly kept them out of service, the Baltimore Sun reports.
About 70 vehicles may have accidentally been filled with diesel fuel. The vehicles began stalling out, causing the city to divert them from the Fallsway substation.
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