What are the effects of inhaling gasoline fumes?

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The side effects of inhaling gasoline fumes include adverse effects to the brain and nervous system. One can experience dizziness, agitation, slurred speech, nausea and vomiting. Nerve damage and permanent harm are possible as well.
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