Lodi woman accused of arson at Ohio gas station

(AP) - An aggravated arson charge has been filedagainst a New Jersey woman accused of lighting a gas nozzle on fireat a northeast Ohio gas

ELYRIA, Ohio - (AP) - An aggravated arson charge has been filedagainst a New Jersey woman accused of lighting a gas nozzle on fireat a northeast Ohio gas station.

Elyria Municipal Court records show 21-year-old Brittany Job ofLodi, was charged Thursday. The Morning Journal newspaper inLorain reports a man said he was filling up the tank of his truckat a Speedway station Wednesday when Job grabbed the nozzle and litthe gas on fire. The man says she caught fire as she ran off.

She was found by Elyria Police, who say she smelled of gasolineand had chemical burns on her legs, feet and hands. She was takento a local medical center for treatment and evaluation.

No attorney was listed for Job in online court records.

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