Donut Truck Goes Up In Flames, Police The Hardest Hit

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Police departments around the country were quick to send messages of support to their colleagues.

In this December 31, 2019 photo, an officer with the Lexington, Kentucky Police Department poses in front a fire damaged Krispy Kreme doughnut delivery truck.

WKYT-TV reports no one was injured when the Krispy Kreme driver stopped Monday after noticing smoke in the cab of his truck following a delivery in Morehead.

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Nobody was hurt in the blaze, but a truckload of doughnuts was lost.

According to the department, they are at a loss for words.

Police forces and sympathisers around the U.S. were quick to offer condolences to their fellow officers in Lexington.

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Despite the loss, Krispy Kreme assured the officers that sweeter times were on the horizon. We may call a Donut a Gravy Ring here in Northern Ireland but we can still understand your pain.

Authorities are still investigating what caused the fire. "We hope you like sprinkles".

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