Published: Fri, January 04, 2019
Money | By Ralph Mccoy

Kentucky police 'mourn' after doughnut truck catches fire

Kentucky police 'mourn' after doughnut truck catches fire

The Lexington Police Department posted a few photos online depicting the heartbroken officers with their heads cast down.

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

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

The fire's cause was unclear as of Monday. "Thank you", police said on Facebook.

After responding to the fire, officers posted photos of themselves in apparent grief with the caption "No words".

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The sentiment was shared by the Toledo Police Department, who added: 'Hang in there, 2019 will get better'.

"This literally hurts my soul", the department commented on Facebook, along with the hashtag "I donut think we can recover from this".

The Lake Dallas police shared a fun gif of a dog wiping its tears that said 'that's so sad'.

Physically, there were no injuries, but police officers around the globe empathized with the emotional toll the loss took on the Lexington Police Department, offering condolences and assistance to their law enforcement brothers and sisters.

Some police departments used memes and GIFs to express their shock and dismay.

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