MOUNT KISCO, N.Y.-- Mount Kisco village officials are asking parents to trick-or-treat only during daylight hours and to assume that any downed power lines are live and dangerous during Wednesday's Halloween celebrations.
"The Village of Mount Kisco strongly suggests that children not trick-or-treat door to door after dusk," read an e-mail alert from Village manager Jim Palmer sent out Wednesday morning.
As of 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, 2,303 of the 5,075 Con Ed customers in Mount Kisco were without power after Hurricane Sandy.
Most primary roads are accessible, and Con Ed crews are en route to assess down wires and assist the Mount Kisco Department of Public Works with clearing secondary roads. The DPW continues to clear roads not impacted by down live wires.
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