By CBS13 Staff

TURLOCK (CBS13) — Authorities say people involved in a Turlock sideshow allegedly started climbing on a fire truck and tried to pull off a fire hose.

Police say, just after 11 p.m. Wednesday, Turlock city firefighters were on duty and stuck in heavy traffic near West Monte and North Berkeley avenues due to a sideshow. Some bystanders believed to be associated with the sideshow then descended on the fire truck.

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Firefighters say the people then started climbing onto the fire truck and tried to pull off a section of a fire hose.

The firefighters then turned on their emergency overhead lights and sounded their horn to get the people off and get away.

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Police say the fire truck was able to escape the crowd. The firefighters then pulled over at a safe location, secured the loose fire hose, and continued with their shift. No injuries were reported.

Officers soon got to the sideshow but found it was already dispersing.

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Turlock police say they are actively investigating the case.