A 75-year-old woman has been airlifted to hospital after being struck by a car in Dunfermline .
Emergency services, including the air ambulance and police, rushed to the scene of the incident which occurred around 4.20pm on Monday.
The collision involved a pedestrian and a vehicle with the female pedestrian taken Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow, where her condition does not appear to be life threatening.
The collision occurred at the junction between Queen Margaret Fauld and St Margaret Wynd, close to the Queen Margaret Hospital.
Witnesses said that police had blocked off roads in the area as the air ambulance circled overhead before the woman was taken to hospital.
Police in Fife are appealing for witnesses following the collision, including those with dashcam footage.
Sergeant Alastair Purvis, of Glenrothes Road Policing, said: “The incident took place at the junction between St Margaret Wynd and Queen Margaret Fauld.
“We are keen to speak to anyone that may have witnessed the incident or was in the area at the time.
“I would also urge anyone with dashcam footage to get in contact with police.
“Police Scotland can be contacted by calling 101 and quoting incident number 2596 of 30 December, 2019.”