Taylor Swift Responds After Teens Say Her Concert Bracelets Saved Them From Car Wreck

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"This is unreal," Swift tweeted after reading about the concert-goers' survival story.

"This is unreal. I'm so happy they're okay," Taylor Swift tweeted on Thursday in response to two sisters crediting the singer and her producers for saving their lives.

Sisters Caroline and Elizabeth Dazzio said Swift and her producers saved their lives on May 22 after a near-death car accident.

Following a Swift concert in Louisiana, Elizabeth drove her sister Caroline and a friend home from the show. Elizabeth fell asleep at the wheel, the car wrecked and she fell unconscious, according to WBRZ.

"You could smell the gas and smoke," Caroline said. "I was just thinking we need to get out of this car."

The sisters said two of the three girls' phones were dead and the third could not be found. Cars passed, but none stopped to help, which prompted the use of their Swift concert bracelets, which were programmed and synced to the musical beat, as flares to alert passing drivers.

"She could tell that there was someone in the car," Caroline said about the woman that stopped to help them after noticing the lit-up bracelets. Both the woman and a man pulled them out from the wrecked vehicle.

Dazzio is still hospitalized, but is expected to be released soon.