AUSTIN, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Multiple boats sank at a Texas lake Saturday during a parade for the re-election of President Donald Trump, authorities said.

The Travis County Sheriff’s Office said it responded to calls about “boats in distress” on Lake Travis in the afternoon.

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Boats flying flags honoring President Donald Trump crowd Lake Travis during a boat parade Saturday. (Credit: Bob Daemmrich)

Authorities said there were multiple boats that sank during the parade, but it’s unclear how many boats were involved. Authorities said there were no reports of injuries.

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A spokesperson for the sheriff’s office said, “We have no reason to suspect foul play in any of these.”

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KEYE reports the calls about sinking boats came in the areas of Paradise Cove, Emerald Point and West Beach at the lake.