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Staying safe at the Covered Bridge Festival

Staying safe at the Covered Bridge Festival

Posted: Oct. 11, 2018 6:28 PM
Updated: Oct. 11, 2018 6:28 PM

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county. the covered bridge festival starts tomorrow morning. police want to make sure you're taking precautions to stay safe. news 10 spoke with parke county sheriff justin cole today. he says make sure you're aware of your surroundings. sheriff cole estimates nearly a hundred thousand people will visit the county daily. with yard sales and in-town festivals, many people will be out in the streets. there is gonna be a lot of people crossing the highways crossing the streets. so just mainly be observant for that. sometimes people don't thank and they just dart across the road without looking. sheriff cole says the three main calls during the festival are for theft, lost children, and medical emergencies. [b22]mansfield covered bridge setup-wipe vo vendors have been preparing for weeks for the covered bridge festival. as you can see-- things are almost ready to go for tomorrow morning in mansfeild. you can find food .. clothes.. household goods.. and everything in between. the festivites can be found all over parke county. it wraps up october 21st. you might not expect gunshots to be heard at
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