Posted by Ashley Schwab on
All Hallows’ Eve is near, and we want to leave the spooking to the trick-or-treaters. On the evening of Monday, October 31, children will be all over the streets of your town or city trick-or-treating. As they do so, their risk of injury by driver is significantly higher than any other day of the year. According to reports from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Halloween is one of the three days with the highest pedestrian injuries and fatalities. The Center for Disease Control estimates that children are four times more likely to be struck by a motor vehicle on...
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