SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – The Unified Fire Authority confirmed the grass fire sparked by a truck fire on eastbound I-80 near Lambs Canyon has been 100% contained.

There were no injuries or structures threatened by the fire that burned just under an acre of land.

As crews continue to work in the area, eastbound I-80 has been reopened to a single lane.

“We thank all involved in today’s efforts including over 60 firefighters from 10 different local agencies,” said Unified Fire Authority in a tweet.

ORIGINAL: Lambs Canyon truck fire sparks grass fire

SEPTEMBER 6 // 11:51 A.M.

SALT LAKE COUNTY, Utah (ABC4) – The Utah Department of Transportation has reported a truck on fire on eastbound I-80 in Lambs Canyon near mile marker 137. Utah Highway Patrol has confirmed to ABC4 the fire from the truck has spread to the grass in the surrounding area.

Traffic is currently being diverted at Exit 134 East Canyon.

UDOT is suggesting drivers use an alternate route as crews work to extinguish the fire and clean up the incident. Crews estimate closure until approximately 2 p.m. and ask for drivers to plan travel accordingly.

ABC4 will provide more information as it becomes available.