Portland Crash

The station wagon on the tow truck. A female teenager passenger was airlifted by Lifestar with serious injuries. The female driver had minor injuries. (Earl Glazier Fox 61 / August 20, 2009)

Police are investigating an overnight car crash involving two teenagers in Portland.

Around 11:50 p.m., a car was traveling on Isinglass Hill Road when the driver for unknown reasons lost control of the vehicle and collided with a series of guard rails, which are located near a small bridge. The car then hit a utility pole, which caused the car to rollover and come to rest on its roof.

The female driver of the vehicle suffered minor injures and was taken to Hartford Hospital by ambulance. The female passenger suffered serious injures and had to be taken by Life Star to Hartford Hospital. No word on victim's conditions. Both the passenger and the driver were teenagers. Police did not have names or exact ages available right away.

The crash is till under investigation and there is no word what caused the accident.