Boy, 13, drives car across Europe
A runaway boy, 13, who drove his car nearly 620 miles across Europe, has been reunited with his family.
According to the BBC, the boy fled after a reported disagreement his adoptive mother over a cell phone payment.
The boy, a keen go-cart racer, took his father’s Mercedes on Thursday and drove from Italy to Austria before he was stopped by police in Germany.
The boy, who was adopted tow years ago, was attempting to get to his home country of Portugal.
The teenager and his family live in the northern Italian town of Montebelluna.
Read more: BBC
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