KSP Has Halloween Safety Tips For Parents

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Updated: 10/28/2012 7:53 pm
     State Police want to remind people to take extra caution on Halloween night or just driving through the neighborhood when trick-or-treating is going on.

     KSP has a few tips for the night:
     -Make sure your child carries a flashlight and is always walking with an adult.
     -Don't let kids eat any candy before a parent can look through it first.
     -Discard any unwrapped or suspicious looking candy.
      -Make sure your child is able to see out of their mask properly and can walk in their costume without tripping.
     -Remind kids not to enter a strange houses or cars.

    If you live in  Lexington, trick-or-treating will take place Wednesday, on Halloween from 6p.m. to 8p.m.
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