Several boats sank during a parade in support of President Donald Trump on Lake Travis in Austin on Saturday.

Several boats sank on Lake Travis Saturday while taking part in a parade in support of President Donald Trump, according to the Travis County Sheriff's Office.

No fatalities or injuries have been reported, and the office does not suspect foul play, according to a report by the Associated Press.

The event was scheduled for midday on Saturday and included parachute jumpers, according to a Facebook event page. More than 8,600 people registered as interested.

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