London, Sept 22 : American drummer Travis Barker and DJ Adam 'Djam' Goldstein are said to be in a stable condition after they miraculously escaped from a burning plane.
The two stars, who had been in the plane crash along with four others, who passed away, had to be taken to a specialist center in Georgia for treatment because they had received "extensive burns".
Barker and Goldstein, who are now said to be in a critical but stable condition, had jumped out of the blazing wreck of the aircraft before emergency rescue services arrived.
"Both Travis Barker and Adam Goldstein (DJ AM) are in critical but stable condition and are being treated at Joseph M. Still Burn Center in Augusta, Georgia after surviving a plane crash late last night (20Sep08) in Columbia, South Carolina," the Daily Star quoted a publicist for Barker and Goldstein as telling TMZ.com.
The pair had been traveling with pilot Sarah Lemmon, 31, co-pilot James Bland, 52, Charles Still, 25, a close friend of both stars, and Barker's newly-married assistant Chris Baker, 29.
Barker's ex-wife, Playboy playmate Shanna Moakler, has reportedly flown out to the medical center to be by her ex-husband's side.