A woman has been cut free from her car following a collision with a bus in Fife on Thursday morning.
The incident occurred shortly before 9am at the crossroads junction of the B939 and Main Street, Strathkinness.
At one point, four fire appliances were on the scene, while the road, the main route between Strathkinness and St Andrews, was closed off.
The bus, a Stagecoach Express service, is believed to have had around a dozen passengers on board, although none of them are thought to have sustained any injuries.
The male bus driver is believed to have been administered oxygen by ambulance crews.
The female driver of the Ford Fusion car has been taken to hospital for treatment, though further details on her condition are not yet known.
The route was closed for several hours, with traffic between Strathkinness and St Andrews being diverted via the Strathkinness High Road.
The road has since reopened.
A spokeswoman for Stagecoach East Scotland said: “One of our vehicles operating on route X59 was involved in an incident with a car near Strathkinness this morning.
“There are no injuries to our passengers or our driver, however we understand the car driver has sustained injuries.
“Safety is our highest priority and we will conduct a thorough investigation into the full circumstances as well as assisting the police with their enquiries.”