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DPS Asking Drivers To Be Careful On Halloween

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The DPS reminds drivers that Halloween is a night for the kids and they aren’t always paying close attention to what they are doing, going from house to house and crossing streets.

The DPS says don’t drink and drive, eliminate distractions like texting and driving and to slow down in areas where there are trick or treaters.  It’s a good idea to take it slow and not get in a hurry.

The DPS also suggest you check the Sexual Offender Registry in your neighborhood.

For more see this source article.

 

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