Last updated:  May 9, 2023 / 03:21 PM MDT

PARLEY’S CANYON, Utah (ABC4) — A pursuit that began in Summit County and ended in Salt Lake County at the mouth of Parley’s Canyon sent three people to the hospital with serious injuries overnight on Tuesday.

Utah Highway Patrol Lt. Terry Buck told ABC4 the crash happened around 2:30 a.m. on May 9. The Summit County Sheriff’s Office attempted a traffic stop on a silver SUV at SR 224 and Bear Cub at about 12: 50 a.m., but the vehicle allegedly fled the scene, leading police on a chase.

As the car rounded a corner near I-80 and I-215, it struck the median, rolling over and crashing onto the other side of I-215.

Lt. Buck said all three people in the vehicle — two women and one man — were transported to the hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. Two of them were reportedly ejected from the car while the driver, who remained in the vehicle, was extricated by fire crews.

Preliminary investigation reveals that two occupants of the vehicle have multiple outstanding warrants for their arrest.

Police say they also found distributable amounts of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia aand suspected stolen U.S. mail in the vehicle.

The crash prompted Utah Highway Patrol to close both directions of I-215 near mile marker 1 and I-80. It has since reopened.