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Kentucky officers saddened after box truck carrying doughnuts catches fire

03 January, 2019, 00:09 | Author: Sara Gill
  • Police 'mourn' the doughnut fire. Pic @lexkypolice

It all started with a fun tweet from the Lexington Police Department about a Krispy Kreme truck that caught fire.

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The investigation into the fire is ongoing as the cause is unknown.

Other law enforcement agencies jokingly sympathized with the officers.

"No words", the officers wrote in a tweet alongside the photos, including a crying emoji.


Police departments from across the country chimed in to offer their condolences.

The Toledo police department wrote in a tweet, "Hang in there, 2019 will get better".

"This literally hurts my soul", the department commented on Facebook, along with the hashtag "I donut think we can recover from this". They were asking for thoughts and prayers after the incident.

On Tuesday, Krispy Kreme's official Twitter account reached out to the officers and said more doughnuts are on the way. 'We hope you like sprinkles'.

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