Taylor Swift concert wristband save 3 teenagers’ lives
Taylor Swift saved the lives of three teenagers involved in a car accident following her concert.
The 25-year-old singer did so with the help of the wristbands given to fans attending the shows on her 1989 tour, reported Ace Showbiz. As reported by a local news station, the three teens were Elizabeth Dazzio, her sister Caroline and a friend. They were driving home from the second night of Swift’s show in Baton Rouge, Louisiana’s LSU Tiger Stadium when Dazzio fell asleep behind the wheel and crashed the vehicle. Dazzio was unconscious while the two other girls were trapped inside the wreckage.
Their cell phones were dead, so they tried to catch the attention of drivers passing by using the wristband, which had been programmed to light up in sync to the beat of Swift’s music during the concert.
A woman eventually noticed the light and pulled over to help the girls and called 911. Dazzio was rushed to the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery. Swift shared the story on Twitter and expressed gratitude that the three girls were okay.
“This is unreal. I’m so happy they’re okay,” she wrote.