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Gas prices continue to drop



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(KSL News) The price at the pump has taken another plunge.

Gas prices have fallen every day for the last 60 days, dropping the national average to $2.08 a gallon. According to AAA, that's the lowest prices have been in two years.

Gas prices continue to drop

Utah's average is just above that, at $2.09 a gallon.

However, our photographer found prices well below that average around the Salt Lake Valley this morning. At a 7-Eleven and an Exxon in Draper, it was $1.81, and $1.83 at a Maverik in Riverton.

You can check gasprices.com for prices near you.

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