LOWER BURRELL, Pa. — A local gas station is relieving some pain at the pump for one day only.
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The BP gas station at Leechburg and Wildlife Lodge roads in Lower Burrell will be lowering gas prices to $2.38/gallon, the national average in mid-January 2021, on Wednesday from 11 am to 1p.m.
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The effort, which is advertised as being “pre-inflation price,” is in partnership with Americans for Prosperity-Pennsylvania’s national “The True Cost of Washington” campaign.
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According to a release, the campaign highlights rising costs for Pennsylvanians and their businesses. The release also said Pennsylvanians spent an extra $500-$600 out of pocket because of inflation in the month of April.
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The national average price of gas is currently $4,968. Pennsylvania’s average gas price is $5,019.
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