Light-up Bracelets From a Taylor Swift Concert Saved Fans' Lives

Taylor Swift is indirectly responsible for saving fans' lives thanks to souvenirs from the 1989 World Tour.
WBRZ reports that Caroline Dazzio was driving her sister and a friend home from Swift's May 22 concert in Baton Rouge when she crashed her car. "You could smell the gas and smoke," Caroline told WBRZ. "I was just thinking we need to get out of this car."
Two of the girls' phones were out of battery and a third was missing, so the teenagers got creative and discovered that light-up bracelets synced up to Swift's music from the concert also functioned as emergency flares. Finally, a woman driving by saw the bracelets and called for help.