COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Call it a holiday miracle - gas prices below $3 a gallon in Ohio.
Prices at the pump have edged below $3 at many stations in Ohio in the past couple days, while lots of others are hovering around that mark.
The state average has dropped 6 cents since Monday. The average Thursday morning was $3.08 for a gallon of regular gas in the survey from auto club AAA, the Oil Price Information Service and WEX Inc.
The Toledo average Thursday was $2.95, while Dayton stations were averaging $3.00 and Columbus stations $3.03. The highest average price was $3.18 in the Youngstown area.
The national average Thursday was $3.25.
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