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Cops grieve Krispy Kreme Doughnuts lost in NYE truck fire: 'No words'

02 January 2019

Krispy Kreme is doing its part help replenish Lexington's doughnut supply after a tragic fire decommissioned a local doughnut truck earlier this week.

Police in Lexington, Ky. mocked themselves after a fire that destroyed a Krispy Kreme doughnuts truck and the doughnuts inside.

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

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Law enforcement from as far away as Ireland have responded to Lexington Police about the incident.

"We feel your loss", the University of Kentucky Police Department wrote.

No information about the crash was released by police, but a television station reported no one was injured and the truck was empty at the time of the fire. We may call a Donut a Gravy Ring here in Northern Ireland but we can still understand your pain.

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The cause of the fire has not yet been established.

As of Tuesday night, the post had been retweeted more than 16,000 times.

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Cops grieve Krispy Kreme Doughnuts lost in NYE truck fire: 'No words'