A 75-year-old woman remains in hospital with serious injuries after she was struck by a car in Dunfermline.
She was airlifted to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow from the scene of the collision near Queen Margaret Hospital.
Her injuries were not thought to be life-threatening.
Police probing the incident which occurred at around 4.20pm on Monday have appealed for witnesses.
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.”
Witnesses reported seeing the helicopter landing on the nearby football fields, off Robertson Road, and taking off around 6.30pm.
There was also a heavy presence of emergency services personnel, with several police and ambulance service vehicles.
A spokesman for the Scottish Ambulance Service said: “We received a call at 4.17pm on Monday to attend an incident in Dunfermline.
“We dispatched an ambulance and an air ambulance to the scene.
“We airlifted one female patient to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.”
Police closed Queen Margaret Fauld to traffic while they dealt the incident and investigated.
Anyone with information which could help the inquiry can contact police by calling 101 and quoting incident number 2596 of December 30.