A West Redding woman has filed a federal class-action complaint against a nearby Wilton service station, saying pollutants from its underground fuel tanks have leaked into the water supplies of neighboring homeowners.
Catherine Martin says the contaminants include methyl tertiary butyl ether, a compound added to gasoline to help reduce smog.
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