Emergency services have tackled a bus fire which caused the closure of a busy Rosyth road.
Crews were called to Queensferry Road at around 10.26am on Tuesday following reports of a vehicle well alight.
Umm… a bus on fire in Rosyth? Its a busy day for the fire service pic.twitter.com/EawC1MRugL
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Three appliances raced to the scene whilst Police Scotland temporarily closed the road.
No one was injured after passengers were safely evacuated.
Queensferry road rosyth, Tuesday.. This is why it's closed!
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said: “We were alerted at 10.26am on Tuesday, November 20 to reports of a bus on fire on Queensferry Road, Rosyth.
“Operations Control mobilised a number of fire engines and firefighters extinguished the flames. There were no casualties.
“Crews will remain in attendance as they work to make the area safe.”
The blaze was extinguished by 11.01am.
A spokeswoman for Police Scotland confirmed they were also in attendance with officers remaining on scene until the burnt out vehicle was recovered.
A spokeswoman for Stagecoach added: “At around 10.30 this morning our driver detected smoke on our vehicle and immediately stopped the bus to ensure all passengers could exit the vehicle safely.
“Safety is our absolute priority and we have commenced a full investigation into the incident.”