Taylor Swift Concert Wristbands Save Lives in Car Crash, Swift 'So Happy' Teens Okay

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Taylor Swift attends the Keds and Taylor Swift 1989 Style Event at Canoe Studios on May 27, 2015 in New York City.  

Taylor Swift... lifesaver?

The singer's concert wristbands are, at least. Two girls were rescued from a car crash following Swift's concert last Friday thanks to the lights from her concert wristbands. 

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Elizabeth Dazzio was driving her sister and a friend home from Swift's show when she fell asleep behind the wheel and the car crashed, according to local WBRZ station. Dazzio was knocked unconscious and the two other girls were trapped.

Their phones were dead, and "Cars passed and none stopped so the girls used bracelets from the show, that had been programmed and synced to the beat of the music, as emergency flares to get the attention of people driving by" according to WBRZ. It worked.

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Thursday afternoon (May 28) Swift shared the story on Twitter, along with her happiness that all the girls are expected to recover. 


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