UPDATED: MONDAY 7/11/22 9:37 P.M.

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – One man is in the hospital following a single-vehicle rollover crash near I-215 Monday evening.

UHP says the driver was traveling from Southbound I-215 to Westbound on SR-201 when he came off the ramp too fast and rolled off the roadway.

UHP says they found the driver outside of the car when they arrived on the scene and believe he may have been ejected from the car. There were also children in the car who sustained injuries.

Deputies are unsure of what caused the fire following the crash.

Witnesses on the scene helped drag the driver away from the fire.

The driver was stopped three minutes prior to the crash by a state trooper for speeding.

The driver is in critical condition.

ORIGINAL STORY: 3 lanes reopen on I-215 after serious crash, fire

UPDATED: MONDAY 7/11/22 8:39 P.M.

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Three lanes have reopened following a serious crash near I-215 Monday evening.

UHP says one right lane will remain closed.

Courtesy: UDOT

At this time, it is unknown if anyone was injured in the crash.

ORIGINAL STORY: All lanes closed on I-215 following serious crash, fire

SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – All lanes along I-215 have been closed due to a serious crash Monday evening.

Utah Highway Patrol (UHP) says Westbound SR-201 to I-215 Southbound and Southbound I-215 at California Avenue are closed.

UHP says drivers can exit California Avenue. Drivers are advised to use an alternate route.

All lanes are expected to reopen around 10 p.m. according to UHP.

ABC4 has a crew headed to the scene to gather more details.