Two people were rushed to hospital after a caravan collided with a house in the East Neuk of Fife.
The man and woman escaped injury but were taken to Kirkcaldy’s Victoria Hospital to be checked over.
The caravan, which has damaged a section of the house, remained embedded in the property in Crail’s Pinkerton Road following the crash on Saturday afternoon.
The grey Audi Q7 towing the caravan was travelling towards a caravan park when it left the road at around 3pm.
A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: “The Audi pulling the caravan came off the road, struck a fence and hit a car parked in the driveway then the house.
“Miraculously, no one was injured.”
The man, who was complaining of neck pain, was released from the car by firefighters before he and the woman were taken by paramedics to hospital for precautionary checks.
A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “When we arrived there was a casualty trapped in the vehicle, medically rather than physically.
“When the paramedics arrived the casualty was taken to hospital.
“Fife Council also attended so a building standards officer could check the structure of the building.”