Cops left hilariously heartbroken after Krispy Kreme doughnut truck catches fire

Cops left hilariously heartbroken after Krispy Kreme doughnut truck catches fire

Cops left hilariously heartbroken after Krispy Kreme doughnut truck catches fire

A Krispy Kreme truck caught fire Monday afternoon in Lexington and police were able to find humor in the doughnut disaster.

Across the nation, from Colorado to Chicago, officers were quick to respond with messages of support.

Since then, law enforcement from around Kentucky, and other states have joined in grief.

They are understandably upset and shared their reactions via Twitter.

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The department captioned the photographs with, "No words". "Your brothers and sisters in MA are here for you during these tough times".

"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.

Officers in Kentucky went viral on New Year's Eve after mourning the loss of a truckload of doughnuts.

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

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