Police and fire crews were called to a street in Burntisland on Thursday after a lorry crashed into a house.
Officers went to the scene on East Leven Street shortly after 8am when the alarm was raised by a member of the public.
Three fire appliances from Kirkcaldy and Lochgelly stations, as well as a heavy lifting appliance from Edinburgh, were also in attendance.
It is understood no one was injured in the incident.
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“Nobody was injured and one person will be reported to the procurator fiscal in connection with the incident.”
A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We received an alert from police at 8.18am on Thursday to report of a lorry having struck a building in Burntisland.
“Three pump appliances from Kirkcaldy and Lochgelly were despatched as well as a heavy living appliance from Sighthill station in Edinburgh.
“On arrival it was found that no persons were injured or trapped and that structural damage had occurred to a porch on an external part of the building.
“Officers carried out an inspection to make the building safe.”