TURLOCK (CBS13) – A fight that broke out at on the last night of the Stanislaus County Fair ended up leaving four deputies injured, authorities say.

The fight broke out around 9:45 p.m. Deputies say one beer both had stopped serving beer early, forcing people to go to other beer booths to redeem their drink tokens.

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Deputies were helping facilitate the lines at the Cantina Beer booth when the fight broke out. Apparently, the deputies had confronted a group over what looked like gang attire and drunkenness.

One suspect, identified as 25-year-old Ismael Flores, threw a punch and hit a deputy in the face – sparking the fracas.

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Ultimate, the fight ended up with four deputies being hurt and two people going to jail.

A sheriff’s department horse was also punched, deputies say.

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The deputies suffered injuries ranging from a dislocated shoulder to abrasion. All, including the horse, are expected to make a full recovery.