LENGTHY tailbacks formed on the A92 as two crashes during Storm Dudley caused havoc for motorists.

Heavy rain and driving winds led to 'treacherous' road conditions for those travelling in Fife yesterday (Wednesday).

In the space of just a few hours, emergency services raced to two incidents on the A92 between Cowdenbeath and Lochgelly - with both causing delays.

Local police officers attended the scenes and later posted on social media, pleading with drivers to follow 'simple' advice.

The statement said: "Storm Dudley has arrived but already drivers aren’t adapting to the weather.

"Standing water is causing treacherous conditions.

"We’re currently at a second collision on the A92 between Cowdenbeath and Lochgelly.

"Slow down. Just slow down. It's that simple."

The first incident took place before 2.40pm, with three cars involved.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police received a report of a three-car crash on the A92 near the Lochgelly Interchange at around 2.40pm on Wednesday, 16 February, 2022. No injuries were reported.”

The second crash, just under an hour later, involved a lorry leaving the road - thankfully no injuries were reported.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 3.30 pm on Wednesday, 16 February, 2022, police attended a report of a lorry having come off the A92 just before the Cowdenbeath slip road and landing in a field. There was no-one injured. "