El Centro hospital officials declined to say to what hospital he was transferred.
Information on the extent of his injuries was unavailable this morning, as was information on the home towns of the two men involved in the crash. Fire crews at the scene said the passenger reported having back and neck pains.
Stevens also was taken to El Centro Regional, where he was treated and released.
Hettinger said he is unsure why there were two people in the plane, which was built as a "single-seat restricted aircraft."
The plane belongs to Stoker Co. of Imperial, and company officials declined to comment on the crash.
Hettinger added there were reports from firefighters who responded that the passenger was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the plane.
Hettinger said the plane was carrying chemicals and fire crews initially thought it was a hazardous materials situation. They later determined a small amount of chemicals had leaked from the plane and there was little danger.
Hettinger said the location of the crash reduced any danger from chemicals.
"He (the pilot) couldn't have put it any better in the middle of that field," Hettinger said.
Hettinger said it is a common practice for crop dusters to fly under utility lines. David Ross of Stoker, while not commenting on the crash, agreed.
Hettinger said the wire cut was likely a phone line. Imperial Irrigation District spokeswoman Sue Giller confirmed the plane did not strike a power line.
She did say the line that was clipped swung into a power line, which cut power temporarily to four IID customers.
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