FAIRFIELD — New information was unavailable Tuesday night on the medical condition of a 25-year-old man injured in a one-car crash Monday and taken by Lifeflight helicopter to a hospital in Lewiston.

Jeff Neill, of Fairfield, was traveling east on Center Road and drifted across the lanes, hitting a tree on the opposite side of the road, according to Sgt. Matthew Bard of the Fairfield Police Department. Police were called to the scene at 4:06 p.m.

Neill was found to be conscious but unresponsive at the scene. He left Fairfield at 5:14 p.m. to be taken to Central Maine Medical Center. He was still in the intensive care unit Tuesday morning, Bard said.

A nursing supervisor at CMMC in Lewiston said Tuesday night there would be no release of information on Neill’s condition at the family’s request and at the patient’s request.

Bard said Neill had carpooled to work with a coworker, who had dropped Neill off where his car was that afternoon. It’s believed that Neill was on his way home when he crashed.

Neill was driving alone in a 1995 Toyota Avalon, which was destroyed in the accident. No other vehicles were involved and no one else was injured.

Police do not yet know what speed Neill was going or any other details of the crash. Bard said the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office is working on a reconstruction of the accident.

The investigation is still ongoing.

Madeline St. Amour — 861-9239

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