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Be safe on Halloween

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the holidays — along comes Halloween and the news that it’s not safe.
No less experts than the good folks at AAA have announced that Halloween is a tricky time to trick, and to treat, too, if you are a pedestrian.
“As if Halloween night isn’t scary enough, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety says Halloween is the deadliest night of year for pedestrians. The risk of fatality increases as neighborhoods become packed with children scurrying between homes for treats and streets become filled with carloads of adult ...

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