Drivers urged to drive slow and sober on Halloween to avoid crashes

AAA is issuing a plea to Halloween drivers.
Drivers are urged to be extra careful on roadways after 4 p.m. on Halloween Monday when more trick-or-treaters are killed or injured because of speeders and drunk drivers.
The latest National Highway Traffic Safety Administration statistics report 56 people were killed nationally on Halloween night 2020 in drunk-driving crashes.
Here in Connecticut, Halloween is the No. 1 day for crashes involving child pedestrians.
Drivers are urged to slow down and drive sober.