CANYON COUNTRY (CBSLA) — Deputies enforcing road closures during the Tick Fire that burned through Canyon Country reported being shot at while in the area.

The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department deputies were at a road closure located at Sierra Highway and Soledad Canyon at the time of the alleged incident.

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According to an LASD official, the deputies alleged they were shot at.

Nobody was said to be injured in the alleged incident and an investigation was ongoing.

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A freelance news photographer recorded footage from the closure:

There were multiple road closures in the area due to the Tick Fire that burned 4,300-acres as of Friday.

The fire raging in the Santa Clarita community of Canyon Country jumped the 14 Freeway early Friday morning after a number of flare-ups erupted, prompting a new round of evacuations for thousands of people.

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As of 9:30 a.m. Friday, the fire was only 5 percent contained and at least six structures had been destroyed.