Engines destroyed as man hospitalized in horror three-car crash in Fife

Engines have been destroyed with a man in hospital following a three-car crash in Fife.

Emergency services were called to report a white car rammed into two vehicles parked in Robert Adam Drive, Kirkcaldy on Saturday.

The alert was given around 7:20 a.m.

Footage from the scene shows a white car with a completely destroyed “L” plate on the front and sitting horizontally on the road.



A white car rammed two cars parked on Robert Adam Drive

It appears to have crashed into the front of a black Vauxhall engine, with its bumper hanging from the hinges.

Meanwhile, an image of a red car has been shared online with its hood and bumper ripped off.

A fire truck, firefighters and a number of police patrol the debris-covered area of ​​the three engines.

At around 10:30 a.m., police confirmed that a man, the driver of the white vehicle, was in hospital with what were believed to be minor injuries.



The three-car crash took place in Kirkcaldy, Fife, on the morning of April 23
The three-car crash took place in Kirkcaldy, Fife, on the morning of April 23

The age of the man and the hospital he was taken to were not disclosed by police

Officers said another man, the passenger in the white car, walked away uninjured.

A spokeswoman told The Record: “We were called to report a three-car accident on Robert Adam Drive at 7:20 a.m.

“A white car rammed two cars parked at the scene.



All three cars were badly damaged as a result of the accident
All three cars were badly damaged as a result of the accident

“The agents were present, at 10:15 a.m., the roadway was clear.

“A man was taken to hospital with what are believed to be minor injuries.

“Another man, the passenger in the white car, escaped uninjured.

“No other injuries have been reported at this stage.”

Meanwhile, fire crews told the Record that ambulance chiefs asked them to report to “help make the area safe”.

Fire crews said “a few people” were injured, but advised the Daily Record to go to the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS) for confirmation.

A spokeswoman said: “We received a call from the ambulance service at 7.27am reporting a traffic accident in the area involving two vehicles.

“No one was trapped in a vehicle.

“There were a few casualties, the Scottish Ambulance Service will confirm.

“We were called in to help secure the scene.”

The Scottish Ambulance Service has been contacted for comment.

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