With Halloween just around the corner, The Texas Trauma Institute and Children's Memorial Hermann provide tips to make your Halloween night fun and safe.
Halloween is the second deadliest day of the year for pedestrians. More than twice as many children are killed in pedestrian accidents on Halloween night than any other day in the year.
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National Center for Statistics and Analysis' Information Services Branch. Trend and Pattern Analysis of Highway Crash Fatality By Month and Day. Washington (DC): National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, March 2005.
Learn how some simple precautions can help you and your friends and family avoid injuries.