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Traffic deaths for young pedestrians quadruple on Halloween evening, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  The state AAA says that’s due to trick-or-treaters forgetting about safety and drivers not watching out for the youngsters.  The AAA offers these tips for parents:  Add reflective tape to costumes, and make sure they can be easily seen at night.  Tell kids to stay on sidewalks, and cross the street only at corners.  Tell them to stay in a group with supervision.  For drivers, the AAA says:  Slow down on Halloween, even if you don’t see kids about.  Be extra cautious in residential areas.  Watch for kids in dark costumes, or costumes that restrict their vision.  Watch out for kids crossing in the middle of a street.  And, finally, see and be seen–turn your headlights on well before dark.

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