A woman was cut free from her car and taken to hospital following a three-vehicle crash in Fife.
Emergency services were called to the B942 between Abercrombie and Pittenweem at around 12.35pm on Tuesday following a crash between two cars and an HGV.
The woman was transferred to an ambulance but the extent of her injuries are unknown at this stage.
It is unknown if any other drivers involved were injured.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 12.35pm on Tuesday police were called to the B942 between Abercrombie and Pittenweem, following a report of a three-vehicle crash.
“Ambulance attended and the road was closed for recovery.”
A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said three appliances and a heavy rescue appliance were sent to the incident
They said: “We received a call at 12.36pm to a crash on the B942.
“We sent two appliances from Methil, one from Anstruther and a heavy recue unit to the scene.
“Firefighters using hydraulic cutting equipment rescued a woman from her car.
“She was transferred to a waiting ambulance for transportation to hospital.”