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Gas Prices Drop, Some Stations Selling for Less than $2

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Two stations in Pasadena on East Washington Street (between Lake and Hill) found today by Fox 11's helicopter were selling regular gas for $1.98 and $1.97 a gallon. However, those two are bucking the trend as the average price in the Los Angeles region today is $2.36. Last Friday it was $2.491, 13-cents lower.