EVERETT, MA – A driver was responsible for a collision that left a a 14-year-old girl with head trauma and injuries to her heart and lungs in Everett Sunday.
According to NBC Boston, 44-year-old Ceserino Borelli, 44, of Watertown, operated a dark-colored sedan at a high speed. He drifted off Beacham Street, and crashed into a metal fence between a Dunkin’ Donuts and the RISE Recreational Marijuana Dispensary Chelsea. He then struck a stationary and occupied Mercedes SUV and hit a 14-year-old girl.
The 14-year-old girl was walking in the parking lot to meet her father and the rest of her family for donuts when she was hit. Her father – Teddy Tene – came to her aid and performed CPR before she was transported to Boston Hospital, where she remains in critical condition.
It is unclear if the occupants of the Mercedes SUV were hurt.
Borelli faces pending charges. He sustained back pain and was transported to a hospital, where he was under supervision by a police guard. Officials have not specified his charges.
Due to the girl’s status as a minor, our newsroom has declined to mention her name in this article.
Our newsroom will post additional information as it becomes available.
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