Two California balloonists remained in Utah hospitals Wednesday after surviving the Monday crash of their custom-made, helium-filled balloon.

Ron Martin, a 46-year-old balloon pilot from Long Beach, Calif., was in stable condition at Garfield Memorial Hospital in Panguitch.His friend and passenger, Scott Hendricks, was listed in fair condition at the University of Utah hospital, where he was transferred Tuesday afternoon from LDS Hospital. The 30-year-old Norco, Calif., resident has a possible spinal injury, broken bones and chest injuries, according to a nursing supervisor.

The pair's balloon, en route to Los Angeles from the Anaheim area, was caught by southwesterly winds that reached 63 mph at 10,000 feet and was carried to southern Utah, where they hit a mountain.