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Happy haunting, but be safe


Halloween is fun for all ages but there’s also danger involved in the popular night-time festivity, and kids and parents need to take heed of safety tips. Motorists should be especially alert on Halloween, whether driving on residential streets or downtown. Slow those cars down and be on the lookout for excited children who may dart into the street from between parked cars or bushes along the road. Parents shouldn’t let kids trick-or-treat alone these days. Keep a watch on them and carry flashlights or reflective gear, too, if it’s after dark. And make sure masks don’t obscure vision or costumes don’t impede walking or driving. All these precautions are necessary – and boring – but they don’t have to distract from the fun. Some further safety tips to consider on Halloween include the following: Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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