Police investigating a fatal crash on the A92 have revealed a second vehicle was involved.
Officers say extensive inquiries into Saturday’s tragic accident have established a black 4×4 collided with the car being driven by Ballingry man John King before it left the road.
Mr King, 63, died at the scene following the incident around half a mile east of the junction for Cowdenbeath at 9.55pm.
A 12-year-old boy and a one-year-old baby also suffered minor injuries and were kept in hospital overnight.
It was initially thought Mr King’s red Vauxhall Meriva was the only one involved in the accident but police have now said that was not the case.
They are appealing for any witnesses to come forward, particularly anyone who saw the other vehicle involved.
Inspector Andy Mather of Fife Road Policing said: “Following extensive inquires into this incident, we have now established that another vehicle collided with the Vauxhall prior to it leaving the road.
“We are appealing for anyone who may have been travelling in the Cowdenbeath and Lochgelly area or on the A92 dual carriageway around 9pm to 10pm that evening, particularly if you saw a black coloured 4×4 type vehicle.
“Anyone who may have dashcam footage from the time is asked to review this and pass on anything which may be of note.
“Any information can be passed to police by calling 101, quoting incident 3941 of 12 September or by contacting Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”