Teen injured in Nashua crash

NASHUA – A Manchester teenager was seriously injured in crash on the F.E. Everett Turnpike on Saturday.

Lenny Pares, 17, was in the back of a 2005 Honda Civic when the car rolled over on the Exit 1 on-ramp around 1 p.m., according to state police.

Marissa Andrews, 17, of Nashua, was driving and lost control of the Honda before crashing it into a guardrail, police said.

Pares was transported to St. Joseph Hospital and then flown by Med Flight to Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston with life-threatening injuries, police said. His condition was unavailable Saturday night.

Andrews and another passenger, Jonathan Rivera, 18, of Nashua, sustained non-life-threatening injuries and were treated at Southern New Hampshire Medical Center.

A fourth passenger, Bryan Espinal, 17, of Nashua, wasn’t injured, police said.

None of the teens were wearing a seat belt, and police don’t think alcohol, drugs or speed were factors in the crash.

The accident is still under investigation by troopers Andrew Vittoria and Jeffrey Tenczar, police said.