Emergency crews rushed down a country road in Fife after a van burst into flames.
The fire, in Cluny Road, Kirkcaldy, was reported to firefighters just before 2pm on Saturday March 12.
Dramatic footage posted online by Fife Jammers shows fierce flames bursting from the bonnet and dominating the front engine windscreen.
The van can be seen in the middle of the B981 as the fire rages.
An apparatus intervened and the fire was extinguished, the teams leaving at 2:51 p.m.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service told the Record they had no reports of injuries.
Fire chiefs said they had no information on the cause of the fire.
A spokeswoman said: “We were called to attend a fan fire in Cluny Road, Kirkcaldy at 1.56pm on Saturday.
“A single device intervened to put out the fire.
“The crews left when the area was secured at 2:51 p.m.
“We would not provide information about the victims.
“Information on reported injuries is said to come from the ambulance service.”
The Daily Record has contacted Police Scotland.
SAS have also been contacted for comment.
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