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Sheriff stresses safety on Halloween PDF Print
Wednesday, 31 October 2007 06:19

Ghouls and goblins aren’t the only ones set to patrol the streets tonight.

Local law enforcement will be out and about. Accidents still happen, however, and Avery County Sheriff Kevin Frye has some easy precautions you can take to have a safe Halloween. Trick or treaters  should wear reflective costumes, he says.


Only trick or treat at places you know- and always have an adult who can watch out for traffic.


Trick or treaters aren’t the only ones who need to take precautions.


Party-goers should always have a sober-driver- especially with so many kids trick or treating.


If you do drive drunk- expect to find yourself in a patrol car.
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