Halloween is a time for creative costumes, trick-or-treating, watching scary movies, and carving pumpkins. Regardless of how it is celebrated, safety is a top priority to avoid accidents and tragedies that may occur.
Did you know?
- Children are three times more likely to be struck and killed by a car on the holiday than any other day of the year, according to the latest federal highway safety data.
- Sex offenders must keep their lights off on Halloween to indicate no candy will be given at their home.
- “Rainbow Fentanyl Candy” has been a major concern as halloween approaches. It can be in the form of tablets, powders and blocks. Fentanyl is extremely potent; just two milligrams is considered a lethal dose. Fentanyl was responsible for 66% of overdose deaths in 2021 (US Drug Enforcement Administration).
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