Study finds health hazards at rinks

Updated: April 15, 2009, 11:47 AM ET
ESPN.com news services

Indoor ice arenas with poorly maintained ice-resurfacing machines and inadequate ventilation are creating potentially dangerous health hazards for players, coaches, fans and workers at rinks in several states around the country, according to an investigation by ESPN's "E:60."

In the past six months, nearly 200 people have been sickened by carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide or ultrafine particles emitted from poorly maintained ice resurfacers at indoor ice arenas.

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