OH police agencies send condolences after hilarious tweet about doughnut truck fire

Dwayne Harmon
January 3, 2019

USA police in the state of Kentucky have found some humour after an empty doughnut truck caught fire.

Two pictures show officers gripping their heads and looking down in dismay, while a third photo shows an officer with a big frown and the charred truck behind him. "We hope you like sprinkles".

The Madison Police Department is getting in on a now-international law enforcement fascination with a pastry incident in Lexington, Kentucky.

Even the doughnut company itself chimed in, promising a doughnut delivery to get them through this "difficult time".

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The truck's fire was extinguished quickly and the cause remains undetermined but officers are investigating. All the best in 2019 and be safe. "We donut know what else to say".

Mississippi's Oxford Police Department also posted their own gif, along with the Southport officers.

Police and fire rescue personnel rushed to the scene, but the doughnuts inside could not be saved.

On Tuesday, Krispy Kreme's official Twitter account reached out to the officers and said more doughnuts are on the way.

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