Woman injured after drivers forced to take ‘evasive action’

The 43-year-old victim suffered neck and back injuries in the two-car collision in Fife.

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Fife: The collision happened on the A92.

A woman suffered back and neck injuries in a two-car smash in Fife.

Police said the crash, involving a Mini and a Nissan, occurred because the drivers were forced to take “evasive action due to other road users”.

The collision happened on the A92 between Kilmany and the Five Roads Roundabout at around 3pm on Thursday.

A 43-year-old woman was taken by the Scottish Ambulance Service to Ninewells Hospital in Dundee for treatment to back and neck injuries.

Police are appealing for information and want to track down the driver of a silver or grey Mercedes car.

Sergeant Paul Hunter said: “We are eager to trace the driver of a silver or grey Mercedes car, which is possibly a newer shape and the registration may contain the letters VDR or similar, to help with our investigation into the crash.

“We are also appealing for any dashcam footage of the incident or of the Mercedes car both before and after the crash or any other information that will help with our enquiries.”

If you can help the investigation, call 101.