LAYTON, Utah (ABC4) – One man was taken to the hospital after getting into a shootout with Layton Police Department on I-15 on Wednesday morning.

Layton Police told ABC4 the incident started around 6:30 a.m. when they received a call from a homeowner that a man was asleep in a car outside their home. Police say the man had a gun on him, and when he saw the officers, he tried to flee, hitting a patrol car in the process.

Police deployed road spikes, but the chase still led to I-15. Officers were able to perform a pit maneuver to stop the vehicle, which is when a shootout on the interstate reportedly began. Before officers were able to apprehend the suspect, he took off again, leading to another chase further down the interstate.

Law enforcement officials were able to successfully perform another pit-stop maneuver, stopping the suspect who reportedly then surrendered himself into police custody.

The suspect was transported to Ogden Regional Hospital for treatment for at least one gunshot wound in the hip area. He is expected to be released Wednesday afternoon.

No other injuries were reported as a result of the shootout.

ORIGINAL STORY: Layton police involved in I-15 shooting

Wednesday, Nov. 30 // 9:21 a.m.

LAYTON, Utah (ABC4) – Layton Police were involved in a shooting on I-15 on Wednesday morning, the department confirmed in a tweet.

Officials say the suspect is in custody and no officers were injured.

As a result of the incident, southbound I-15 was closed near Mile Marker 331 (Hill Field Road) in Davis County. According to Layton Police, three lanes will be opening soon to allow traffic flow. As traffic continues to be backed up while lanes open, the Utah Department of Transportation recommends taking alternate routes.