Six-year-old girl crashes mum’s car in bid to see dad

A six-year-old girl attempted to drive away her mum’s car in a bid to see her dad – but ended up crashing into two parked vehicles.

Pittsburgh police said the girl didn’t hurt anyone in the accident which happened after she took her mother’s car keys.

Police Sgt. Jerry Parker said the little girl is tall for her age, though that doesn’t quite explain how she learned to drive, saying, “How she knew how to operate a car, your guess is as good as mine.”

The Associated Press reports the girl hit two parked vehicles, pushing one of them into a third, before hitting a utility pole.

Police and the girl’s father arrived to take her home after the accident.

Authorities are still investigating, but haven’t said if anyone will face charges.

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