Krispy Kreme delivers dozens of fresh doughnuts to police after truck fire

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

On Thursday morning, Lexington police announced that the response to their viral tweet has left a profound impact on them and has gotten them through quite hard times.

No one was injured when the truck caught fire in the city on Monday, but the truck's doughnuts were ruined.

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Krispy Kreme got in on the fun, too, offering condolences to the police officers and announcing that the company has "more doughnuts on the way".

All doughnuts carried by that truck were destroyed in the December 31 fire, the cause of which is now being investigated, according to local news reports.

Their post included photos of the blackened side of the truck and officers jokingly mourning the truck's loss.

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The photos prompted other police forces across the U.S. to offer support.

'We feel your loss. "Thank you", police said on Facebook.

Mississippi's Oxford Police Department also posted their own gif, along with the Southport officers. "We donut know what else to say".

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