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Lousy Weather Doesn't Stop Trick-or-Treaters

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Published on Oct 31, 2013

CINCINNATI (Angela Ingram) -- Little ghosts, goblins, monsters, and superheroes were out for hours, going door to door and filling their buckets and bags.Five-year-old Angelina Stanley who was dressed as a letter carrier says her favorite part of Halloween is the candy.Some costumes were original. Rodrigo Martinez-Ortiz was dressed as a walking Whirlpool washer. His mother says the whole costume only took 20 minutes to put together. Someone gave us the box and we just put some tissue paper and that was it.Roads were wet and the wind was strong. But kids had their umbrellas and citizens on patrol volunteers were helping keep family safe.Doug Horn says, Visibility is kind of bad tonight and of course we are worried about drivers and you got slippery, wet leaves on the ground that kids can slip on.Parents say the bad weather was not going to stop their kids from having a happy Halloween.Parent Wendy Kovar says, I thought the weather was going to be a lot worse than it is now but we're not going to disappoint the girls. We came out anyway and when we were kids Halloween was never canceled.

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