After a Krispy Kreme truck caught fire in Lexington Monday, the department posted social media photos of the dismayed officers, and the reaction went viral and the story was covered nationally.
The driver noticed smoke billowing out of the back and was able to get out of the vehicle safely with no injuries. Their post included photos of the blackened side of the truck and officers jokingly mourning the truck's loss.
Lexington PD shared pictures on Twitter showing "devastated" officers, drawing sympathetic responses from other police departments. The post was accompanied by the comment, "No words".
The New York Police Department told the Kentucky officers in a tweet, "Hang tight, we are sending backup forthwith, and these guys came prepared".
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"We feel your loss", the University of Kentucky Police Department wrote.
The Cleveland police department tweeted, "Praying for you all in this hard moment". 'We hope you like sprinkles'. We donut know what else to say, ' said the United Kingdom police.
"It's a cop thing", the Cincinnati police department tweeted.