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ND residents who helped get Bieber tour bus back on road receive T-shirts

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MANVEL, N.D. - A group of northeastern North Dakota residents came away with Justin Bieber T-shirts after they helped get one of the teen pop star's tour busses back on the road.

The bus carrying tour staff members made an emergency stop in Manvel on Friday morning after a wheel on a trailer blew out. Bieber was not on board.

Bieber played in Winnipeg on Thursday and the bus was heading to Minneapolis for a Saturday show.

Shilo Lindemann, one of three people who helped repair the tire, tells the Grand Forks Herald that the trio didn't accept the bus driver's offer to pay for the service.

However, Lindemann says he has a niece who's "in love with the Biebs," so he thought it was a good idea to get her a T-shirt.

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Information from: Grand Forks Herald, http://www.grandforksherald.com

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