MASS. GAS PRICES DIP 5 CENTS TO $2.55 AVERAGE
Hurricane-induced refinery outages were blamed last month for a surge in gas prices, which ballooned to $2.70 a gallon in early September, and prices are now falling in Massachusetts.
AAA Northeast reported Tuesday that its weekly survey found a gallon of regular unleaded averaging $2.55, down five cents from a week ago. The average price of gas at this time a year ago was $2.13.
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