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By making small adjustments to costume and decoration choices on Halloween, danger and risk to public safety is easily decreased.  “It is important for people to take basic precautions to make sure they have nothing other than a fun-filled Halloween,” says Shane Heldstab of the Crookston Fire Department.
According to the U.S. Fire Administration, the United States sees an overall increase in fires on Halloween caused by open flames, and the arson fire rate is 10 percent higher than on any other day with 15,500 fires and $92 million in property loss per year.

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