REVERE (CBS) – A group of Marblehead girls weren’t having the best night as they struggled to get to Gillette Stadium to see Taylor Swift in concert. But thanks to a pair of Massachusetts State Police troopers, they were able to “shake it off.”Musical Theater Legend Stephen Sondheim Dies At Age 91
State police posted a photo of the group of girls, complete with their homemade Swift t-shirts.
According to the Facebook post, the girls were inside their limousine on Route 1A in Revere when the vehicle broke down.
Trooper Carlo Mastromattei came to the area and waited with the group until a replacement limo arrived.
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There was just one problem. Not long after leaving the area, the replacement limo broke down as well.
Trooper Seamus Kent responded after the second breakdown.
Though the second limo was fixed and went on its way, Kent didn’t want to take any chances. He followed the limo to Gillette Stadium to make sure it safely arrived.
“Thank you to the parents of this group for sharing their story and their appreciation of the troopers efforts,” State Police posted.MORE NEWS: Massachusetts Reports 5,058 New COVID Cases, 24 Additional Deaths Over 2 Days
Swift plays a second concert in Foxboro on Saturday night.