UPDATE: Iowa City man remains in critical condition after crash near Buffalo, Iowa

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SCOTT Co., Iowa (KWQC) - UPDATE 12/4: A 36-year-old man from Iowa City is still in the hospital following a car crash last month in Scott County.

Officials say Jean Ruzindana remains at the University of Iowa Hospital and is in critical condition.

Officials have also identified the second driver as 48-year-old Christopher Westpfahl, of Davenport.

Westpfahl was driving a Dodge Ram pickup and Ruzindana was driving a Volkswagen.

TV6 previously reported Westpfahl was heading north on 110th Ave. when Ruzindana failed to yield at the intersection of 130th Street.

UPDATE: The Scott County Sheriff's Office says one man was airlifted to University Hospitals in Iowa City with life-threatening injuries after a collision with a pickup pulling a trailer.

The initial investigation shows the Dodge pickup, being driven by a 48-year-old man from Davenport, was heading north on 110th Ave. when the 36-year-old driver of a westbound four-door Volkswagen failed to yield at the intersection with 130th St. The pickup hit the Volkswagen broadside.

The driver of the Volkswagon, who is from Iowa City, was airlifted to the hospital. The driver of the pickup and two passengers refused treatment.

ORIGINAL: One person has been airlifted after a two-vehicle accident in Scott County near Chapel Hill Road and 110th Ave.

Crews were called to the accident around 9 a.m. on Tuesday morning for the crash.

Officials were very limited on what information they could release, but our crews on scene did see one person was taken away from the scene by a helicopter.

TV6 is working to gather more information and will update this story as that information becomes available.