Three Fire Dangers to Watch Out for this Halloween
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Think about it—on Halloween, kids are running around with billowing sleeves and capes on their costumes, porches are strewn with hay and dried pumpkins and spooky candles are lit all night long. It’s a recipe for disaster on a night that’s supposed to be fun for the whole family. Annette Matherly with the Utah Burn Center shares what the most dangerous thing is on Halloween night and how you can keep your family safe from burn injuries and fires.