Wayward cow sparks travel delays on A92 in Fife By Sarah Vesty August 31 2018, 9.09am Updated: August 31 2018, 10.22am [[title]] [[text]] An error occurred. Please try again. [[success]] Email address Sign up An escaped cow who caused travel chaos on the A92 in Fife has been caught. Traffic Scotland confirmed the animal has been removed from the area after it was spotted walking along the busy road during morning rush hour. Police Scotland said they were called to the scene between Lochgelly and Cowdenbeath at around 8.20am this morning. * NEW * We've received reports of a cow on the #A92 southbound between Cowdenbeath and Crossgates. Traffic is moo-ving but please don't hoof it along the road #takecare @kingdomfm @NETrunkRoads — Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) August 31, 2018 The large black animal was last seen running along the westbound carriageway towards the Crossgates off-slip. Traffic began to tail back as the frightened cow trotted along the nearside lane. Police officers arrived on scene a short while later and the animal was safely removed around 45 minutes after it began its journey. * CLEARED * We've HERD reports that the cow is no longer on the #A92 southbound between Cowdenbeath and Crossgates.@netrunkroads @kingdomfm https://t.co/u0eOXVzt2u — Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) August 31, 2018 Already a subscriber? Sign in [[title]] [[text]] Close More from The Courier Man seriously injured in Fife crash as woman and child also rushed to hospital A92 reopens in Glenrothes after Boxing Day crash Lorry which struck rail bridge over main Dunfermline road is removed JIM CRUMLEY: Why is Scotland still afraid of the big bad wolf?