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Halloween a dangerous time for pedestrians

Consider wearing reflectors as you trick-or-treat
Posted at 6:42 AM, Oct 30, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Dusk To Dawn is not the only effort local officials want drivers to pay attention to.

13 Action News Anchor Marissa Kynaston is live with more on another campaign and the warning for those who plan to drink this Halloween.

Halloween is historically a deadly holiday weekend when it comes to traffic and pedestrian crashes.

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And this year, we are already seeing an increase in deaths related to car accidents than we did last year.

That's according to the Nevada Department of Traffic Safety.

Andrew Bennett also told me they will have extra enforcement on the roads this weekend.

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So if you do plan to head out with the kids this weekend, consider wearing reflectors.

An easy and fun idea is to have kids wear glowstick bracelets.