A three-year-old girl is being treated for serious injuries after being struck by a car in Townhill.
The accident happened in the Fife village shortly after 10am on Monday morning.
A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: “Police were called around 10.10am on Monday, August 3, 2020, following the report of a car colliding with a three-year-old child on Main Street, Townhill, Dunfermline.
“Emergency services attended and the girl has been taken to the Victoria Hospital for treatment of serious injuries.
“The road is currently closed and motorists are advised to avoid the area at this time.”
A section of Main Street in the village was blocked off by police as a collision investigation team examined the scene.
⛔ROAD CLOSURE ⛔- Emergency services currently in attendance at a serious road traffic collision on Main St, #Townhill. Road currently closed in both directions. This will likely remain place for some time. Please avoid area. pic.twitter.com/GSfDYxPOJN
— Dunfermline Police (@DunfermlinePol) August 3, 2020
Stagecoach East Scotland said its bus services were unable to serve the village, which is just north of Dunfermline, while the incident was ongoing.
Service 3/3A still unable to serve Townhill and may be for some time. Any intending customers are advised to make their way to the junction of Townhill Road/Kingseat Road where our services will stop. We apologise for any inconvenience but it is outwith our control.
— Stagecoach East Scotland (@StagecoachEScot) August 3, 2020