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BETH YOUNG PHOTO | The car involved in Wednesday accident on Main Road in Cutchogue being loaded on a flatbed truck.

The man who crashed his car into a into a telephone pole and then a tree in front of the Cutchogue New Suffolk Library Wednesday was listed in critical condition at Stony Brook University Medical Center Thursday afternoon.

William Krill, 74, of Cutchogue, was airlifted to Stony Brook following the crash. Officers on the scene said Mr. Krill suffered head and possible chest injuries when his Ford sedan veered off the road while eastbound, struck the pole and a street sign and became wedged on the sidewalk between a tree and a hedge in front of the library.

Police have yet to identify the accident’s cause.