Rising gas prices are shutting down some gas stations in California, according to a Friday report.
Good Morning America said Friday a gallon of regular gas cost $5.69 in Calabasas on Thursday.
Some independent gas station owners are opting to halt gas sales until the prices lower, according to the article.
The soaring prices are reportedly not worth it for the owners who said they hope customers won’t blame them for the price hike.
Recent refinery fires and pipeline issue are behind the increase, according to GMA.
The national average is up, but California is reportedly feeling the crunch the most.
Analysts believe there should be some relief at the pump by Thanksgiving. Read more.
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