Rest in candies. Police in Lexington, Kentucky ended the year on a tragic note on Monday after a Krispy Kreme Donut truck caught fire... and couldn't be saved.
The fire occurred near Man o' War Boulevard and Pink Pigeon Parkway causing lane closures.
Let's hope that these hardworking law enforcement officers get some more of their favorite sugary snack soon.
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"No words", the officers wrote.
Here are a few more tweets from police departments who truly understand the gravity of this loss.
Their brothers-in-arms at the Louisville Metro Police Department were quick to offer their condolences.
Dijon : Olivier Dall'Oglio n'est plus l'entraîneur du DFCO (off)
Un rendement famélique qui condamnait le club bourguignon à se battre sur sa survie jusqu'à la fin de saison. Olivier Dall'Oglio ne verra pas la nouvelle année en tant qu'entraîneur du DFCO.
"This literally hurts my soul", the department commented on Facebook, along with the hashtag "I donut think we can recover from this". Prayers to LPD as they deal with this loss.
"Seeing their post, the logical reaction was to bring comfort to them in their time of sorrow, and the only kind of comfort we know is with great, delicious doughnuts" he said. Krispy Kreme jumped into the madness on Twitter Tuesday, hinting that a delivery of doughnuts was on the way to replace those that were lost.
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