Fire crews tackle blaze at disused school in Kirkcaldy

The disused church building in Kirkcaldy. (Image: Fife Jammer Locations.)
The disused church building in Kirkcaldy. (Image: Fife Jammer Locations.)

Fire crews have been called to tackle a blaze at a disused school in Kirkcaldy on Saturday.

The alarm was raised after smoke was seen coming from the rear of the disused Abbotshall School property in Ramsay Road at around 3pm.

Two fire appliances, one from nearby Kirkcaldy station and another from Methil were despatched.

Police are also at the scene and the immediate area has been cordoned off.

A spokesperson for Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, said: “We received an alert to a fire at a derelict building in Ramsay Road, Kirkcaldy at 3.14pm on Saturday, August 13.

“Two fire appliances, one from Kirkcaldy and a second from Methil station  were despatched.

“On arrival, crews found a fire to the rear of the property.

“One appliance remains at the scene as efforts continue to ensure the fire is not reignited.”

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Kirkcaldy – The Courier