LA CROSS, WI (WXOW) — In just a few days, people will be trick-or-treating for Halloween. Here are some tips for everyone to stay safe and alert during the day.
With Sergeant Brooke Patasca lacrosse police station I urge people to stay vigilant.
“It’s a big thing, it’s just a lot of car traffic,” Patasca said. “Just having kids, they’re super excited and want to move quickly from house to house to make sure they’re still crossing crosswalks and corners.”
She added that it’s important for drivers to stay conscious and slow down, especially in residential areas.
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“For costume safety, it’s usually best to wear some kind of tight-fitting costume.” It helps keep your vision unobstructed.”
He added that those going out at night are advised to wear something reflective or carry a glowing stick to keep them discreet.
Going from door to door, Patasca said it’s important to stay conscious and stay outside while you get your candy – don’t go into strangers’ houses or cars.
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