Kentucky Police Officers post photos 'grieving' over loss of doughnut truck

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

Police in Kentucky found a humorous way to pay their respects to a fallen comrade: an empty Krispy Kreme truck that had caught fire.

A few Kentucky cops went viral for mourning the loss of a truckload of doughnuts.

Police departments are showing their support for officers in Lexington, Ky. after a devastating loss.

The New York City Police Department tweeted: "Hang tight, we are sending backup forthwith".

"No words", the officers wrote.




Police departments from across the country chimed in to offer their condolences, including several police departments from Ohio. "We donut know what else to say", the post read. The post even prompted Krispy Kreme to send well wishes to the officers.

Crews were able to extinguish the fire shortly after, but the responding officers took the loss pretty hard.

"In this line of work", one wrote, "some things can't be unseen".

Others noted that the doughnuts were really "krispy" after the box truck fire.

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