Three people, including a seven-year-old girl, are still recovering in hospital after a three-car crash in central Fife on Thursday.
Investigations are continuing into the accident, which took place at around 2.30pm on the B921 between Kinglassie and Cardenden, although the road was reopened at around 10.20pm after being shut for several hours following the smash.
The air ambulance, ambulances, fire crews and police were among the emergency services on the scene after the collision between a Jaguar S-Type, BMW 3251 and Citroen C2, with three people suffering serious injuries and another four sustaining minor injuries.
The 42-year-old driver of the BMW, named locally as Kirkcaldy man Mark Taylor, was airlifted to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary for further treatment.
He was said to be in a serious but stable condition on Friday.
A 62-year-old woman, who was driving the Citroen, and a seven-year-old girl – both of whom had to be freed from the wreckage of the vehicle – also suffered serious injuries and were being cared for in Kirkcaldy’s Victoria Hospital.
It is understood the seven-year-old suffered the most serious of the three injuries, although there has been no deterioration in her condition.
Four other people, a 75-year-old man who was driving the Jaguar, two female passengers in the BMW and a second passenger in the Citroen all suffered what police described as “minor” injuries in the crash.
Inspector Brenda Sinclair, from the Road Policing Unit in Glenrothes, has appealed for anyone who may have seen the accident, or the cars involved leading up to the incident, to get in touch.
“I would ask anyone who was on the road at the time and witnessed the collision to contact us immediately,” she said.
“In addition, anyone with any further information relevant to our inquiries should also get in touch.”
Anyone with information should contact Police Scotland on 101.