One person has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after a collision between a car and a cement mixer on a busy Fife road.
Emergency services, including three fire crews from St Andrews, Methil and Glenrothes stations, rushed to the scene shortly before 1pm on Friday at the junction where the B941 meets the B942 at Colinsburgh.
An air ambulance also landed at the scene as officers closed roads through the village and set up local diversions.
Paramedics assisted the injured driver for over 90 minutes before the casualty was transported by road to Ninewells Hospital.
One motorist who arrived shortly after the accident – which involved a silver Vauxhall Astra and the cement mixer lorry – said “The passenger side of the silver vehicle was completely wrecked right back to front seat.
“The road was closed and members of public directing traffic when we arrived.”
A spokesman for Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, said: “We were alerted at 1pm on Friday, August 14 to reports of a road traffic incident involving a private vehicle and a cement mixer at the B941 junction with the B942 at Colinsburgh.
“Three crews from Glenrothes, Methil and St Andrews attended the scene to assist other emergency services and stayed in attendance until around 4pm to assist making the scene safe.”
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 12.55pm on Friday, August 14, officers were called to the junction of the B941 and the B942 at Colinsburgh, following a crash involving a car and a lorry.
“The driver of the car was taken to Ninewells Hospital with serious, but not life-threatening injuries. The road remains closed until the vehicles are recovered.”
Access through Colinsburgh was restricted for a number of hours as officers from Police Scotland’s Collision Investigation Unit continued to investigate the cause of the crash.