High Connecticut gas prices put a cap on some vacation plans

Sticker shock at the pumps has some southwestern Connecticut drivers staying close to home this holiday weekend. Gas prices are now more than $2 a gallon at most stations.Prices at the Sunoco station near exit four on I-95 in Greenwich were the highest News 12 Connecticut saw Friday.Alyssa Sellers of Greenwich says she normally drives down to Pennsylvania to see her family. But for the amount of time she'd be able to get away, she says the high gas prices just aren't worth it.

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