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What should you know about child safety on Halloween?

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2016-10-07 20:00:48
2016-10-07 20:00:48

A few important things to know about child safety on Halloween are:

  • Don't let them eat any candy or food that isn't already wrapped by a company, appears unwrapped, or was not wrapped at all eg. candy apples, soft pretzels, etc.
  • If your child is allergic to anything, carefully read the labels on each piece of candy that you are unfamiliar with.
  • Don't let your children go trick-or-treating after your town's curfew.
  • Always carry a flashlight. You don't want your kids running off in the dark.
  • Don't let them out trick-or-treating without a responsible older person to watch them.
  • Be careful when crossing streets or intersections.
  • Be sure their costume has a glow stick, bright color, reflective tape, or other means of allowing them to be seen by drivers.
  • Watch for loose animals, such as dogs, and avoid them.
  • Don't go to houses that do not look welcoming.
  • Never enter a house of someone you do not know very well.
  • If possible, carry a cell phone, two way radio, or other means of communication.
  • The larger your group, the better.
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