Stay Alert, Stay Alive: Keep Our Roads And Sidewalks Safe
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – All day today, KSL TV is focusing on staying safe — and being safer — on and off Utah’s roads.
There has been an uptick in distracted driving and auto-pedestrian accidents. As we head into Halloween, we want to make sure everyone is being as safe as possible, both inside and outside the car.
Here’s our coverage. We encourage you to check back throughout the day as we add more articles and videos helping you to Stay Alert, Stay Alive.
As kids head out to gather treats Halloween night, parents should make sure their children are seen and are paying attention. Drivers, too, need to be aware of trick-or-treaters. KSL TV’s Felicia Martinez spoke with police about a few tips to keep everyone safe. Read the story here.
KSL TV’s Caitlin Burchill chatted with a couple of experts on how to stay visible during the dark hours. Whether you’re a runner, walker, biker or trick-or-treater, you’ll want to take steps to make sure drivers can see you at night. Read the story here.
Safe in 60
For this week’s Safe in 60, Lt. Robin Heiden has some tips to keep the little ones safe while trick-or-treating.
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