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LEXINGTON, Ky. – A doughnut delivery truck put the "Krispy" back in Krispy Kreme when it caught fire.No one was injured when the Krispy Kreme driver stopped Monday after noticing smoke in the cab of his truck following a delivery about an hour away in Morehead, Kentucky, reported WKYT-TV, Lexington, Kentucky. The fire was extinguished quickly and the cause remains undetermined.Lexington police posted photos on social media of the blackened side of the truck and officers jokingly mourning the truck's loss. The post was accompanied by the comment, "No words."More: Amazon's Alexa takes bullying toll on 6-year-old AlexaMore: Bear opens door, strolls into highway patrol office, snoops aroundNo doughnuts were lost in the blaze since the truck already had made its deliveries. But police departments from as far away as London chimed in to offer their condolences.
"Hang tight, we are sending backup forthwith ... We hope you like sprinkles," The New York City Police Department tweeted.The doughnut company based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, itself offered condolences via Twitter and let the officers know that they were sending them something to help get them through the ordeal.Contributing: David Harten, Louisville (Ky.) Courier Journal.
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