The Gravois Fire Protection District jumps on the bandwagon warning Pokemon Go participants of the potential dangers when playing the wildly popular game. Chief Ed Hancock says the game, which is being played 24/7, raises several safety concerns. First and foremost, players need to physically move about driving throughout the community and then, more than likely, get out of their vehicles and continue the Pokemon hunt on foot which is often on property or at a business owned by somebody else. That alone, according to Hancock, exposes the player to other dangers such as moving traffic or getting hit up with a trespassing charge. Pokemon Go was introduced to the public as a free download on July 5th and is already approaching the 8-million download mark.