Lexington police saddened after box truck carrying donuts catches fire

Kentucky police 'mourn' Krispy Kreme doughnut truck burnout

Kentucky police 'mourn' Krispy Kreme doughnut truck burnout

Here are a few more tweets from police departments who truly understand the gravity of this loss.

Meanwhile, members of the Louisville Metro Police Department were particularly impacted by the tragedy.

In photos shared by police department's Twitter account, three officers expressed shock and sorrow at the delicious loss.

"No words", the Lexington Police Department wrote on Facebook along with a collection of photos of tearful officers mourning the loss.

Their post gained mounds of online attention, and Krispy Kreme has kindly offered to send more doughnuts in the officers' direction.

Auto attack injures 8 pedestrians in Tokyo during New Year's festivities
Another 19-year-old man was slightly injured after Kusakabe allegedly struck him after getting out of the auto , the police said. The suspect appeared to have planned to set his vehicle on fire, Mainichi newspaper and other Japanese media reported.

"No words" as USA police find some humour after an empty doughnut truck caught fire. Stories appeared on national publications' websites.

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

Police departments from across the country, including MA, reached out to express their condolences. "That's what we can do to ease their pain".

Police are still investigating the cause of the fire.

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