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A man in a Jeep asked two girls if they wanted a ride Friday afternoon, according to Easttown Police.
On Saturday, Tredyffrin Police will host an event to give parents and other guardians the tools they need to keep children safe.
The past five years have seen more than 300 people die in crashes involving distracted driving, according to PennDOT.
The incident reportedly happened Tuesday afternoon in the Deepdale neighborhood.
The police department will present a free information session on the Megan's Law website and how to protect children from predators, as part of its Police Learning Series.
The county ranked No. 7 in citations in the first year of a Pennsylvania law.
Statistics from AAA show road deaths are up among 16- and 17-year-olds nationwide, but not in Pennsylvania.
'The class will cover what every resident needs to know in the event of an emergency, including resources, reporting procedures, and supplies to have in your home or vehicle,' according to the township website.
Home ivasions are extremely rare, but there are things you can do to keep from becoming a victim of far more common crimes.
Berwyn, Radnor, and Paoli fire companies receive dozens of smoke detectors to give away as part of huge regional prevention effort.
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