A man has died and two others are injured following a two-car collision on the A913 between Newburgh and Abernethy this morning.
The road remains closed following the collision between a Volkswagen Golf and a Toyota Hilux at 6.55am.
Police, ambulance and fire and rescue services all attended the incident.
The male driver of the red Volkswagen was pronounced dead at the scene.
Both occupants of the Toyota were injured and have been taken to Perth Royal Infirmary for treatment.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police in Fife responded to Abernethy Road at around 6.55am on Thursday February 19 following a two-vehicle collision involving a Volkswagen Golf and Toyota Hilux.
“The male driver of the Volkswagen sustained serious injury and was pronounced dead at the scene.
“Two men who were within the Toyota have been taken to Perth Royal Infirmary for treatment to various injuries.
“The road is currently closed and enquiries into the full circumstances surrounding this collision are ongoing.
“Anyone with information that can assist officers with their investigation is asked to contact police immediately.”
A spokesperson for Scottish Fire and Rescuesaid: “We were called to a two-car collision on the Newburgh to Abernethy road this morning and were told one person was trapped. A male driver died at the scene.”
“Two appliances from Perth and one from Newburgh attended.”
The road reopened at around 1.30pm.