said on Wednesday that the driver of a one week ago on North Haven remains in critical but stable condition, and no charges are expected to be filed in the crash.
According to police, 35-year-old Delia Robertson remains in the care of Stony Brook University Medical Center.
Detectives said she briefly left her lane of travel on Route 114 near Fresh Pond Road last Wednesday, and the commercial truck driver heading in the opposite direction veered into the oncoming lane in an attempt to avoid a crash. The two vehicles hit head-on, and after being extricated from her car by members of the , Robertson was airlifted to Stony Brook.
East Hampton resident Milton Barrera, 34, was driving the Quackenbush Cesspool truck and escaped with minor injuries, police said. He was treated at before being released.
SHFD Chief Pete Garypie said at the scene last week that conditions were not ideal for driving. It was "raining pretty hard" at the time of the accident, he said.
when his truck veered off the road and into a tree on Route 114, also known as Ferry Road, about a quarter-mile away from where Wednesday's accident occurred.