A classic car driver was fighting for life in hospital after a serious road accident on the A985 near Kincardine.
The man had to be cut free from his vehicle by fire crews and was airlifted to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary after the two car smash on Friday afternoon.
A friend of the motorist said he had taken one of his classic cars out in the fine weather.
She said he was still in a serious condition on Sunday, adding: “He’s still here and fighting on. He’s a fighter.”
Another casualty, who was in the other car, managed to get out of the vehicle and was conveyed to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee by ambulance. The extent of injuries sustained by the casualty is not known.
It has emerged that a number of motorists stopped to help the injured after the collision, which happened at around 3.45pm on the stretch of the A985 near the junction with the B9037.
But some cars were said to have driven through the accident debris without stopping.
One of the first people on the scene said he “hardly slept with worry” for those caught up in the incident.
“Wasn’t a nice scene to see, glad I could help out as much as possible at the time awaiting the ambulance etc and I am really praying that everyone is OK and will pull through this,” he said.
And he said those who sped off should be “ashamed”.
He added: “You hold crucial information for this accident as witnesses firstly and secondly how could you drive past that horrific scene without helping.”
#beaware due to a road traffic accident the #A985 is closed at Longannet Roundabout and also at Cairneyhill Roundabout near to High Valleyfield. Please avoid and travel via Culross or along the #A907 through Kincardine.
— Police Scotland Control Rooms (@polscotcontrol) April 19, 2019
The road was closed between the Longannet and Cairneyhill roundabouts until after 10pm as a result of the accident.
Traffic was diverted through Culross during the closure.