Motorcyclist dies at scene of crash in Fife


By Christine Lavelle

A MOTORCYCLIST died following emergency CPR from ambulance staff after his bike collided with a car in Fife.

The accident happened at around 5.15pm yesterday (Sat) on the B942 Colinsburgh to Pittenweem road.

Two ambulance crews attended, and were supported by a trauma team from Dundee’s Ninewells Hospital.

Paramedics tried desperately to revive the man, but he was declared deceased at the scene.

Two casualties – both of whom were in the car – were taken to Ninewells Hospital but their condition was not yet known.

The driver of the car had to be cut free by firemen before being rushed to hospital.

A Fife Constabulary spokesperson said police enquiries were still at an early stage, and appealed for witnesses to contact them on 0845 600 5702.

An ambulance spokesman said: “Two ambulance crews were on scene as well as a trauma team from Ninewells.

“CPR was administered to the motorcyclist but he could not be revived.

“Two other patients were taken to Ninewells Hospital.”