Dad performs CPR after car hits daughter in Chelsea parking lot

A father asks for prayers after his 14-year-old daughter was hit by a car in a Chelsea car park on Sunday evening.

“They didn’t want me to touch my daughter, they didn’t want me to move my daughter, but her lips were turning blue,” Teddy Tene told Boston 25 News. “I didn’t listen to anyone and I saved my daughter’s life. I blew air into her and her lips turned from purple to pink. If I had listened to them, I don’t know what would have happened. Tene said he and his entire family were in the parking lot of Rise Dispensary on Beacham St. when a man driving a black Mercedes sped through a nearby parking lot and crashed through a fence before hitting a parked car and getting some air, then hitting his daughter Milena.

“Right now she’s in a coma in the hospital,” Tene said. “She is not well at all, her lungs are bruised. His heart is bruised. She’s really having trouble breathing right now. His brain was hit and they ripped his skull out. Chelsea police told Boston 25 News that the driver of the car was under police surveillance in the hospital. They did not say what charges he will face.

“My daughter is the most wonderful daughter in the world, she does everything for her mother and for us,” Tene said. “Everyone out there, all we need is prayers please. My daughter just needs prayers and prayers and prayers.

Chelsea Police tell Boston 25 that a 44-year-old man is charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon (car).

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