Boy, 6, injured after his brother, 4, tried to drive them

A six-year-old boy was hospitalized in Pennsylvania after he became pinned underneath a car his four-year-old brother attempted to drive to Chuck E. Cheese's, police say.

Pittsburgh police said that the younger boy wanted to go to the entertainment center on Sunday so he grabbed the car keys and got into the family's vehicle with his six-year-old brother, Markeon Reese-Parker, WPXI reported. 

The young child put the car into reverse, but the six-year-old boy fell out of the car and became pinned between the front wheel and the axle on the passenger side of the vehicle in Hazelwood on Johnston Avenue.

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Six-year-old Markeon Reese-Parker (above) was hospitalized in Pennsylvania after he became pinned underneath a car his four-year-old brother attempted to drive to their local Chuck E. Cheese's, police say

Six-year-old Markeon Reese-Parker (above) was hospitalized in Pennsylvania after he became pinned underneath a car his four-year-old brother attempted to drive to their local Chuck E. Cheese's, police say

Pittsburgh police said that the younger boy wanted to go to the entertainment center so he grabbed the car keys and got into the family's vehicle with Markeon. The young boy put the car into reverse, and Markeon fell out becoming pinned underneath the car

Pittsburgh police said that the younger boy wanted to go to the entertainment center so he grabbed the car keys and got into the family's vehicle with Markeon.

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