A car spun out and “crashed into a van, an electrical box and a house” before catching on fire in Fife.
Emergency services were called to the scene at the junction of Burney Place and Queensferry Road, Rosyth, at around 11.40am on Tuesday.
Five fire engines were deployed and one man was treated by attending medics.
A local resident said the vehicle “hit a van, hit an electrical box, jumped the hedge and hit the corner of the house” before it caught on fire.
They added that an elderly woman who lived in the house was removed by emergency crews and taken to a neighbouring residence.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We were made aware of a crash involving a single car which struck a building at the junction of Burney Place and Queensferry Road in Roysth and subsequently caught fire around 11.40am on Tuesday, August 23.
“One man has been treated at the scene by the Scottish Ambulance Service and emergency services remain at the scene.”
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were alerted at 11.46am on Tuesday, August 23 to reports of a car well alight in a garden of a property on Burney Place, Rosyth.
“Operations Control mobilised five appliances and special resources to the scene to extinguish the fire and make the area safe.”