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Cars line up for free gas at Northeast Philadelphia station

Free gas on Mondays – what a way to start the week!

A large line of cars has already formed for a gas card drawing held Monday morning in Northeast Philadelphia.

The drawing was hosted by Pennsylvania State Representative Jared Solomon and Gary Barbera at the Castor Gas and Food Mart at the corner of Castor and Tyson avenues.


They gave out 50 Visa cards worth $50 in less than 20 minutes! It was first come, first served for the first 50 cars in line.

It comes as the average price of gasoline falls 45 cents to $4.10 a gallon in the United States.


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