A man has been taken to hospital after a vehicle crashed into a building in Culross.
Eyewitnesses reported seeing a van hit an A-listed building in the village shortly before 9.30am on Thursday.
Police, ambulance and fire crews all rushed to the scene in Little Causeway.
A Scottish Air Ambulance was also despatched and landed nearby to assist in the emergency response.
A man was later taken by ambulance to Kirkcaldy Hospital.
The extent of his injuries have not been disclosed.
A spokesperson for Police Scotland, said: “Police were called around 9.30am on Thursday, July 1 following the report of a one vehicle road crash on Little Causeway, Culross.
“Emergency services attended and a man has been taken to the Victoria Hospital, Kirkcaldy for treatment of injuries.”
The road was closed until around 3pm, police said.
Two fire crews, one from Alloa and a second from Falkirk stations were also sent.
A spokesperson for Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were alerted at 9.25am on Thursday July 1 to reports of a road traffic collision at Little Causeway, Tanhouse Brae, Culross.
“Operations Control immediately mobilised two appliances and firefighters removed one male casualty from the scene and handed him into the care of the Scottish Ambulance Service.”
The area of the village is part of Culross Conservation Area – designated in 1971.
Fife Council noted it is “of great significance to the historic built environment of West Fife, and has been designated ‘Outstanding’ by Historic Scotland.”
Priority is given to conserving the exteriors of the houses and thus the townscape of Culross. For example, alterations are only usually made to the rear of the houses in most areas.
Around 40 properties in and around Little Causeway are designated Listed Buildings by Historic Scotland.