Halloween night sees heavy pedestrian traffic every year as children of all ages go trick-or-treating. Take extra caution when driving on Thursday and give children and families the right of way. If you are out walking, take extra caution when crossing a street or driveway. Wearing reflective clothing or carrying a light can make you more visible to drivers. Traffic related injuries can be fatal or cause serious life-long injuries including speech and language impairments. Have fun and stay safe this Halloween!
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