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June 10, 2013 9:54 PM

Boat filled with gas causes no spills on Hilton Head

The owner of a boat docked at Broad Creek Marina mistakenly pumped 77 gallons of gasoline into the hull instead of the fuel tank Monday, triggering an hours-long response that successfully kept the boat from leaking or catching fire.

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