Two cut from car and rushed to hospital after motor landed on roof in horror Fife road smash
TWO people have been cut from a motor and rushed to hospital after a horror two-car crash on a busy Scots road this morning.
The smash happened at Junction 2A of the A92 near Lochgelly, Fife, sparking a major emergency response.
Emergency services, including police and fire crews, raced to the scene after the alarm was raised shortly after 7am.
The car had two people, including a female driver and a male passenger, who were both rushed to Victoria Hospital in nearby Kirkcaldy for treatment.
Their conditions are not yet known and cops are investigating the smash.
Scottish Fire and Rescue Service confirmed four engines and a heavy rescue unit were sent to the crash.
The major road was shut in both directions, between Cowdenbeath and Crossgates, and traffic was affected.
Traffic Scotland confirmed the route has since reopened in both directions.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Officers were called to the A92 at Cowdenbeath interchange around 7.10am this morning and they are currently at the scene.”
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “We were alerted at 7.10am on Wednesday, December 8, to reports of a collision involving a private car on the A92 between Crossgates and Cowdenbeath.
“Operations control immediately mobilised four fire engines and a heavy rescue unit to the scene.
“Firefighters using cutting equipment extracted two casualties from the car and handed them into the care of the Scottish Ambulance Service.
“Crews left the scene after ensuring the area was made safe.”