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Don't Vacuum Gasoline (Watch And You'll Understand)

Vacuums are utterly wonderful, brush-filled devices full of enough staticky dust, fuzz and debris to make your hair stand on end. Naturally, you do not want to suck a flammable substance such as gasoline into that potentially spark-filled environment. One woman at a Florida gas station learned that lesson the hard way. The explosion-ey way. Read more...
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