Okay we have a big problem. Just last night I came home early from work. My 16 -year-old daughter and two of her friends were having themselves a little party in their bedroom. They weren't expecting me to come home early. I've never been so scared in my life, I heard concerned voices. knocked on the door, no one answered. I open the door and find my daughter blacked out blue in the face, sprawled out on her bedroom floor. I look on the floor and I see multiple empty cases of whippets (nitrous oxide). Her two other friends were trying to revive her. I immediately called 911 She had just lost consciousness around the time I just came home. I ask myself "how could she afford all these, and why did she have upwards of 150 cartridges of these things and where did she get them?" I found out she got them at Zazz gas station on Harper Ave in Saint Clair Shores. Originally she went there, her and her friends to buy a small amount of them. The guy there Michael, who works the night shift. Convinced them, that if they bought 150 of them that he would give them a great discount! He pushed this poison on my daughter, and her two friends. Yes they are legal to to sell them. But that amount and offer a discount knowing full well that they're not being used to put whip cream on apple pie. That they are used to be huffed and to get high from. That is straight up drug pushing. This is disgusting, and there should be something done about this. I fully hold Michael the Zazz employee responsible! Now here's the real scary part, we were talking to the doctors at the hospital and he was concerned about how she could've blacked out from one or two cartridges. Well it turns out it wasn't, it was multiple cartridges being huffed at the same time through some type of gas mask device that they also sell at the same store. I was told, had she have inhaled any more than she did. That she would have died. Right now I wouldn't be writing this, I would be making plans for her funeral.
Highly recommend this location ! Gas prices are the Same, cash or Credit !!! Awesome people there ! Beautiful store, located across the street from Lake St. Clair ��������������������
When you go make sure you see Ray. He is the #1 employee I've ever met at any shell station and if it was possible I would give Ray 500 stars.
Went in to get an oil change as my warranty requires all fluid changes to be done be a certified shop. Went smooth, I was in and out quickly. It wasn't until later when looking over their work I realized they'd put washer fluid in my coolant reservoir. Not sure how a professional shop could mess something like that up but sure enough they did. My car requires dexcool (orange in color) the fluid they used was clear/blue. Obviously I will be taking it elsewhere to have all the fluids flushed because I cannot trust these individuals with my vehicle. If you're reading this, you have been warned.