Diesel fuel prices continue to rise, break records

10/11/2005 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Strong demand and hurricane-damaged refineries have combined to send diesel fuel costs skyrocketing and breaking records, with prices averaging about 33 cents more per gallon than gasoline. Truck driver Dale Kindred said he may not be able to bear the higher costs much longer. "The federal government needs to take a look at this now, not two years from now when everybody is broke," Kindred said.

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