- On Monday, A Krispy Kreme doughnut truck caught fire in Kentucky.
- Local police joked on Twitter that they were mourning the loss of the glazed doughnuts.
- Authorities around the world offered their support online, also joking.
- No one was hurt and it’s unclear what caused the fire.
- No doughnuts were lost in the fire.
On Monday, A Krispy Kreme doughnut truck caught fire in Morehead, Kentucky. According to CBS-affiliated WKYT, no one was hurt and it’s unclear what caused the fire.
And, perhaps most importantly, no doughnuts were lost in the fire, as the truck had just completed a delivery, WKYT reported.
The truck itself, however, has likely been damaged beyond repair.
On social media, the Lexington Police Department joked that they were mourning the loss.
No words. ???? pic.twitter.com/eRzvxztVlG
— Lexington Police (@lexkypolice) December 31, 2018
“No words,” the Lexington Police department wrote alongside several photos of the charred vehicle.
Authorities around the world offered their support.
Hang in there, 2019 will get better.
— Toledo Police (@ToledoPolice) January 1, 2019
— LondonNorthIPA (@IpaNorth) January 1, 2019
Hang tight, we are sending backup forthwith, and these guys came prepared. We hope you like sprinkles. pic.twitter.com/S2WIY2ZR38
— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) January 1, 2019
Condolences from Chicago ????
— Chicago PD 14th Dist (@ChicagoCAPS14) January 1, 2019
Even Krispy Kreme chimed in.
???????? We’re thinking of you during this difficult time…and have more doughnuts on the way! ???? https://t.co/9hPDMieFa1
— Krispy Kreme (@krispykreme) January 1, 2019
And the Lexington Police took notice.
Hope. ???? https://t.co/8gv2OwncZe
— Lexington Police (@lexkypolice) January 1, 2019
That’s one sweet start to 2019.
- Read more from INSIDER:
- 10 things you probably didn’t know about ‘Bird Box’
- The cops showed up when a man in Australia was heard shouting ‘Why don’t you just die?’ – but he was talking to a spider
- YouTube star Cameron Dallas has been arrested on assault charges
Business Insider Emails & Alerts
Site highlights each day to your inbox.