Boats sink at pro-Trump lake parade

New Jersey Boat Parade Supporting Trump Attempts to Shatter World Record

New Jersey Boat Parade Supporting Trump Attempts to Shatter World Record

In what some might call a "metaphor come to life", a boat parade in Texas organised to show support for Donald Trump in the upcoming election has ended with at least four of the boats sinking. However, the above-displayed picture doesn't show one of them.

Several boats sank during a pro-Trump boat parade in a lake in USA state of Texas, local media reported Saturday. According to photographer Bob Daemmrich, that boat did not capsize. The flag was digitally inserted into the image to capitalize on the hoopla surrounding the Trump boat parade.

In Lake Havasu, a boat was reported on fire in Thompson Bay following a Trump boat parade.

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The incident began about 2:30 p.m. when the Coast Guard's Sector Sault Ste. This forced everyone into the water. Several Lake Sinclair residents who participated in a similar event there the previous weekend, were there with their boats and flags. It received three more reports of boats taking on water from a local towing company. At this time, three were towed out of the water and two remain submerged. In the end, however, they said things were resolved with no injuries, let alone deaths.

"Travis Country Sheriff's Office, whose deputies patrol the lake, said they responded to "multiple calls" from vessels in distress and that "several boats did sink".

Authorities also said that a number of the ships involved created huge waves amid the sinkings. The office said it found "no evidence of foul play".

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