December 23, 2012 --
Kerosene sold at eight Pennsylvania and New Jersey gas stations is being recalled, because officials say it can ignite too quickly and cause a fire.
Philadelphia Energy Solutions says the kerosene was sold between Dec.10 and Dec. 18.
The recall affects the following gas stations:
Riggins gas station on 52nd Street in Philadelphia
Scotty Gas East Stroudsburg in East Stroudsburg, Pa.
U.S. Gas in Quakertown, Pa.
Burlington Fuel Express in Burlington, NJ
Cardiff Riggins gas station in Egg Harbor Twp., NJ
Nesco Riggins gas station in Hammonton, NJ
Pleasantville Riggins gas station in Pleasantville, NJ
Quinton Riggins gas station in Quinton, NJ
South Vineland Riggins gas station in Vineland, NJ
Anyone who purchased kerosene from any of the above locations at any time between Dec. 10-Dec. 18 is urged to contact PES at 1-800-261-3707.