Halloween Safety Lessons At The Children's Safety Village
The Children's Safety Village is doing its part to keep trick-or-treaters safe this Halloween
At a not-so-scary Halloween event was held last night where kids were able to meet local emergency service members and also get some treats.
Executive Director of the Safety Village, Michael Lucier, says it's important for trick-or-treaters and their parents to be alert.
"Pay attention to pedestrian traffic rules. When they're driving around Halloween night there are going to be kids walking in and out of traffic so it's a good reminder for the parents as well," says Lucier.
Kids are encouraged to go out in groups and parents should set a time when they're expected home.
Mom or dad should always inspect the candy before its consumed.
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