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How far can gas fumes travel?

The fumes can be up to 12 feet away from a pooled source. It is possible to float on water and spread long distances. A "fireball" with a temperature of 15,000 degrees F can be created when gasoline ignites from a nearby spark, flame, or even static electricity.

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