NORFOLK, Va. - People are getting out and celebrating Halloween, but things look a little different this year because of the pandemic.
Saturday, families came out to a drive-thru “Trunk or Treat” in Norfolk at Lake Taylor High School.
Put on by the Norfolk Police Department and Norfolk Recreation, Parks and Open Space, the spooky event had a first responder's demo, a live radio broadcast, and of course, lots of candy.
“It gives them an avenue to be able to trick-or-treat, and all the costumes on the way in were wonderful and very creative," said mom Linda Faas, who attended the event.
To keep everyone safe, all vehicles had to be registered, everyone had to remain in their cars and nobody was allowed to walk up to the cars.