Four Utahns remained hospitalized Monday for injuries suffered in a plane crash near Battle Mountain, Nev.
The pilot and his three passengers were en route to Sacramento, Calif., from Provo Saturday when they stopped in Battle Mountain to refuel, said Lander County Sheriff Stephen Bishop.Listed in fair condition Monday at the University of Utah Hospital was Charles Warren. His wife, Gwen Warren, was in serious condition in the hospital's intensive care unit, a nursing supervisor said.
Their son is in serious condition at Primary Children's Medical Center.
A fourth victim is being treated in Nevada.
Nevada officials would not release the names of any of the victims.
According to a Federal Aviation official, the Cessna 172 crashed "under unknown circumstances just west of Battle Mountain Airport." The case has been turned over to the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board for investigation.