Teen gets pinned under vehicle while playing hide-and-seek

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A Wisconsin teenager hiding under a car during a game of hide-and-seek became pinned under the vehicle when another teen tried to back it up.

Brian Miller, 16, suffered "undetermined injuries" and was taken to Regions Hospital in St. Paul Sunday night, the Pierce County Sheriff's Department said in a news release.

Miller was listed in fair condition Monday, FOX 9 reports.

The Pierce County Sheriff's Department says Miller was playing hide-and-seek with a friend when 19-year-old Thomas Fusilier began to back the vehicle out of a driveway, not knowing Miller was underneath.

Miller couldn't get out from under the vehicle in time and became trapped.

Emergency crews responded to the incident, which happened Sunday around 10:44 p.m. at a home on County Road FF in the Township of River Falls, and rescued him from under the vehicle.

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