Officers mourn loss of Krispy Kreme doughnut truck

Police 'mourn' the doughnut fire. Pic @lexkypolice

Lexington Police officers mourned the loss of the doughnuts in a social media post that is making waves across the internet for all the right reasons.

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

Their brothers-in-arms at the Louisville Metro Police Department were quick to offer their condolences.

"We feel your loss. We donut know what else to say", the post read.

Krispy Kreme responded, "We're thinking of you during this hard time... and have more doughnuts on the way!"

"It's a cop thing", the Cincinnati police department tweeted. A blue heart appeared next to the text.

He noticed some smoke in the cab of the truck and pulled off.

Police and fire rescue personnel rushed to the scene, but the doughnuts inside could not be saved. No one was hurt.



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