TOOELE — A high-speed chase through Tooele County ended Wednesday evening with a car rolling into a pool off the Great Salt Lake.

An adult and two juveniles inside the car crawled out and surrendered to police, who had surrounded the car with guns drawn, Utah Highway Patrol trooper Andrew Prescott said.

He said the driver was a 15-year-old girl reported as a runaway to the Tooele County Sheriff's Office three to five days ago. Prescott said the car, which was reported stolen, entered West Wendover, Nev., at a high speed about 4:15 p.m. An officer tried to stop the car there, but it continued into Utah, Prescott said.

With the car traveling east on I-80 at speeds as high as 105 mph, Wendover, Utah, police tried to stop it by setting spike strips on the road. Three tires were deflated near Eagle Range, a military area, and the fourth tire was deflated 15 miles down the road. The driver continued on the car's rims, Prescott said.

The car then rolled off the highway and into the pool.

The three people in the car were transported to Mountain West Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries, Prescott said. The adult was expected to be booked in the county jail, while the juveniles were expected to be taken to a juvenile detention center. A little black dog also in the car was transported to a county animal shelter.