(MINOT, ND) – Injuries can end up being the Halloween trick nobody wants. Every year, ill-fitting costumes are blamed for cuts, lacerations and fractures that send disappointed trick-or-treaters to the emergency department.
There are some simple things you can do before Halloween to lessen the chances of bumps in the night.
It’s all Halloween fun from the front of the mask. But how does it look from the trick-or-treater’s point of view?
If your child is going to wear a mask, you want to make sure that the eye openings allow for visibility,’ said Lynnette Deardurff, Trauma Program Manager for Trinity Health. ‘Make sure your child can see very clearly, especially in the dark, when they are going to be going from house to house.”
It’s important to pay special attention to the other end of the costume