Kerosene in Pa., NJ recalled for fire risk

December 23, 2012 10:44:10 AM PST
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.