Fumes from gasoline can lead to gasoline poisoning. Excessive exposure to gasoline fumes can result in unconsciousness, vomiting, flushing of the face, respiratory issues, salivation, and severe headaches. Chronic inhalation exposure to methyl tert-butyl ether, an additive in gasoline, has been found to cause central nervous system (CNS) effects, respiratory irritation, liver and kidney problems, and decreased body weight gain in animals.
Fumes from gasoline come out as products of incomplte combustion. They are harmful to man, animals and the environment in general.
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