According to a new urgent report from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Halloween is quickly rising to the top of the list of the most dangerous occasions to celebrate. You’ll be shocked by these statistics. It is highly significant.
Injuries associated with Halloween have increased. Thousands of individuals are being transported throughout the nation. Here is a breakdown of the injuries. Halloween injuries account for 55% of cases, while 25% are caused by falls when putting up and taking down decorations, tripping over costumes, or getting hit by a car while trick-or-treating. Additionally, allergic reactions and costumes account for 20% of the other injuries.. 54% of injuries to people, who make up the majority of injuries, occur to adults. Children aged 7 to 18 account for 46% of injuries. Here are the key lessons: use caution when using knives, carve pumpkins with battery-operated lights or glow sticks rather than candles, check your children’s costumes and tuck them in, and be careful not to trip over decorations when decorating the outside of your home.