Child Safety On Halloween
Carol McCarthy | Oct 31, 2017 AT 5:22 am
Detroit, MI) -- Chevrolet wants drivers to be extremely cautious as kids trick-or-treat today. Safety Engineer Tricia Morrow says twice as many child pedestrians are injured by cars on Halloween than any other day of the year. Many people may not realize their costumes could increase the risk of danger. Masks and motorists don't mix and if your costume has large wings, they should be removed to safely buckle the seatbelt. Morrow says the number one cause of death in children and teens are car crashes. Chevrolet is recommending people drive scary slow today.