Trick-Or-Treaters Stay Safe During Halloween
As you all know, it's Halloween and while trick or treaters and parents are out enjoying the night and the festivities. First responders are out keeping an eye out for one of the busiest nights for pedestrians. It's supposed to be your care free years when when you get to run wild and go door to door enjoying all the free candy your little feet can take you, but in a the darkness of night parents and children need to watch out for all the vehicles traveling through neighborhoods. Fire Department Eloy Vega says, "of course our fire fighters are ready for duty their vigilant ready to respond to any event that might occur, so far no major incidents have been reported." No major incidents but earlier today a pedestrian was hit and first responders arrived but the person was not hurt and continued trick or treating. This trick or treater took notes before heading out. Trick-or-treater Roberto Gonzalez says, "basically I look both ways before crossing, the extra protection to not die," something he says most people take for granted. "Honestly yes people do that but in my opinion I think they should follow the rules cause receiving candy and being safe is better than dieing." Apart from the missing children P.I.O, Joe Baeza, says the there haven't been an major incidents.