Taylor Swift indirectly helped 3 teen fans to survive after a car crash

Taylor Swift indirectly helped 3 teen fans to survive after a car crash

Taylor Swift indirectly helped three her fans, teen Elizabeth Dazzio, her sister Caroline, and their friend, to avoid fatal consequences after a severe car crash in Baton Rouge, Los Angeles.

Taylor Swift indirectly helped three her fans, teen Elizabeth Dazzio, her sister Caroline, and their friend, to avoid fatal consequences after a severe car crash in Baton Rouge, Los Angeles.

According to the local media reports the Dazzio sisters together with their friend attended Taylor Swift’s performance at LSU Tiger Stadium on May 22. On their way home at Friday night Elizabeth, who was driving the car, fell asleep on a stretch of Interstate 110, so the vehicle drove off the road and crashed. After the accident Elizabeth was found unconscious, while the two other passengers were trapped.

Taylor Swift's distribution of the light bracelets helped save three Louisiana teens after car crash

Taylor Swift’s distribution of the light bracelets helped save three Louisiana teens after car crash

Later the driver’s sister Caroline stated that the strong gas and smoke’s odors could be smelled inside the car, so the only thing she was able to think about was the way how to get out of the crashed vehicle.

But the situation appeared to be not that simple, since the two of three mobile phones were smashed and they just couldn’t find the third, so they were forced to use all their creativity to survive in such situation. Girls decided to use those  light-up bracelets which Tiger Stadium handed out and which were synchronized with Swift’s music during the concert. So they started frantically waving their self made flares until some people saw the light and stopped to help them.

When the information about that accident reached Taylor Swift, she was stunned and later wrote on Twitter wishing the fastest recovery for the girls. She said:

This is unreal..I’m so happy they’re okay.

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