Kalkaska Co. Sheriff: Kerosene Contaminated With Gasoline Sold at Kalkaska Store

A Kalkaska County store sold kerosene contaminated with gasoline.

According to the Kalkaska County Sheriff’s Office, the Next Door Food Store in Kalkaska sold kerosene contaminated with gasoline.

The sheriff’s office says the contaminated kerosene was sold at the Next Door Food Store from Friday, March 15 at 9 a.m. through Sunday, March 17 at 10 a.m.

If you bought kerosene from the Next Door Food Store in Kalkaska during that time, you are asked not to use it and call the Next Door Food Store at (231) 258-8928.

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