Wheelie bins and slab of concrete thrown from flyover at moving cars

Two people are in hospital after the most recent incident, on the B921 heading towards Kinglassie.

Two people are in hospital after a moving taxi was struck by a slab of concrete thrown off a pedestrian flyover in Glenrothes.

The incident happened on the B921 heading towards Kinglassie around 12.30am on Sunday, August 6.

As a result, man and a woman, both 37 years old, were taken to Glenrothes Hospital for treatment. Their current condition is unknown.

It comes after two other incidents around the same location, wherein two cars were struck by wheelie bins thrown off the flyover.

The first incident occurred at around 1am on Sunday, July 16, and the second around 3.55am on Wednesday, July 19.

No one was injured in either incident but both cars were damaged.

Inspector Kirk Donnelly, of Glenrothes Police Station said: “Two people have suffered injuries as a result of these reckless actions and there could easily have been far more serious consequences.

“I would therefore appeal to anyone who witnessed any of the incidents or has any information that might assist with our enquiries to contact us on 101, quoting reference 0108 of August 6, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”

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