Firefighters battled a blaze at a house in Kirkcaldy on Monday night.
Emergency services were called to Cairnwell Place in the Templehall area at around 7.20pm.
Fire appliances from Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes and Auchtermuchty were in attendance.
There were no casualties.
Crews left the scene at 8.12pm.
An eyewitness told The Courier: “I saw the fire engine go past my house and knew that my friend lived in the top area of the street, so headed to ensure they were all safe.
“The fire looked to have been started from the rear of the house however was quickly put out, nobody was hurt as the house was empty.
“Tenants in houses either side were allowed to return back into their homes once the fire was out and checks had been made.
“A scary event for any person or family to see.”
A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We are dealing with a dwelling fire on Cairnwell Place.
“There are three appliances at the scene.
“There is one from Kirkcaldy, one from Glenrothes, and another from Auchtermuchty.
“Four breathing apparatus sets are being used and two hose jets.”
The spokesperson confirmed that there were no casualties.
Police Scotland and the Scottish Ambulance Service have been contacted for comment.