Roads shut after 'underground explosions' near bus station
Emergency services and engineers sent to the scene following the blasts in Dunfermline.
A bus station was closed following reports of nearby underground explosions.
James Street Bus Station in Dunfermline was shut shortly after noon on Tuesday following the incident.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, police and utilities companies went to the scene in Queen Anne Street after the alarm was raised at 12.14am.
It has been established that the blast, believed to be under a man hole cover, was caused by a problem with electric ducting.
There were no reports of any casualties but traffic in the area was disrupted as roads were closed while emergency services dealt with the incident.
A police spokesman said: "We're aware of reported explosions occurring underground in the Queen Anne Street area at noon today and are currently working with the fire service and utility companies to establish the cause.
"Road closures are in place to allow emergency services access and ensure the safety of the public."
Bus operator Stagecoach confirmed multiple services were affected by the incident.
The station was reopened later on Tuesday afternoon.