Taylor Swift Tour Bracelets Save Three Girls' Lives

So she's a saint now, too.

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Taylor Swift can now add "indirectly responsible for saving the lives of three teenagers" to her extremely long list of accomplishments.

According to 1989 tour attendee Avery Talbot, three of her friends—sisters Elizabeth and Caroline Dazzio and a third friend named Emma—were involved in a car crash after Elizabeth fell asleep at the wheel while driving home from a Taylor Swift concert in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. In a blog post on Taylor's site (opens in new tab), Avery wrote that their totaled car could not be seen off the dark highway, but Emma and Caroline eventually realized their 1989 tour bracelets (given to every concert-goer at the start of the show) lit up when they touched them.

"They started tapping the bracelets to the windows and eventually a lady pulled aside to help and call 911," Avery wrote. "She said without those bracelets they probably would have not been seen." Taylor shared a news story (opens in new tab) about the girls on Twitter, writing that she's "so happy they're OK." As of Wednesday, Elizabeth Dazzio was still in the hospital, but was expected to go home soon. To quote Avery: "How awesome."

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