Taylor Swift Makes 'Getaway Car' Quip After Stolen Vehicle Crashes Into Her Rhode Island Home

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The singer had the perfect response to a car chase that ended at her house.

Taylor Swift has the perfect song for this news story.

According to multiple reports, a stolen car without licence plates was involved in a high-speed chase with police before it crashed into the gates of Swift's Rhode Island home early Tuesday morning. 

Local station WJAR News reports the vehicle “eventually swerved to avoid a crash before slamming into the gates outside Swift’s home." The crash left the front gates “heavily damaged.”

When Instagram fan Swiftutation shared an ET Canada tweet about the incident, Swift responded in the comments section with a lyric from her song, "Getaway Car."

 “Nothing good starts in a getaway car,” the 29-year-old singer cleverly remarked.

"Getaway Car" was a track on Swift's 2017 album, Reputation, and is thought to be about when she broke up with Calvin Harris and started dating Tom Hiddleston, who she was first photographed with at the Met Gala, not long after. 

"You were drivin' the getaway car, We were flyin’, but we'd never get far," Swift, who is now dating actor Joe Alwyn, croons. "Don't pretend it's such a mystery. Think about the place where you first met me."

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