Bindi Naik-Mathuria, MD, Pediatric Surgeon, emphasizes keeping children safe on Halloween by maximizing their
visibility so drivers can see pedestrians crossing the street. Pedestrians should also use crosswalks and be mindful of how masks can prevent a costumed person from seeing approaching cars. Children should learn to look left, then right, then left
again before crossing streets, use sidewalks, and watch for cars reversing or turning. According to Safe Kids, twice as many children are
killed while walking on Halloween than any other day of the year.
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