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Trick-or-Treating tips

Police Chief Terry Wilson
Post Independent
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Halloween is here again, and the kiddos will be out and about this Saturday Trick-or-Treating. So, take some advice from Glenwood Police Chief Terry Wilson and please pay attention.

Terry’s Trick-or-Treating tips:

• Be careful crossing the street. Pay attention for motorists. And Motorists, pay close attention to children out and about.

• Carry a flashlight and wear reflective clothing if trick-or-treating after dark.

• Travel in groups for higher visibility.

• Parental supervision is encourage especially with younger trick or treaters.

• Inspect candy before taking a bite. Anything that appears to have been tampered with throw away.

• The earlier the better. Terry says, there is nothing wrong with Trick-or-Treating before dark. Besides, it’ll be warmer than waiting until dark.

• Have fun and Happy Halloween!

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