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Car went up in flames in a dramatic clip before armed police lock down Fife Street

This is the dramatic moment when a car went up in flames before armed police cordoned off a street in Fife.

After the big incident this morning, ambulance services have climbed to Mina Crescent in the small village of Kinglassie near Glenrothes.

We told how policemen were called after a man barricaded himself in a house.

Armed officers appeared to have guns aimed at a property by the road and a burned-out car was visible on the street behind them.

The vehicle went up in flames in the street

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Footage sent to the record shows the moment horrified neighbors woke up to a terrible fire outside their property when the vehicle was on fire.

In the clip you can see a huge fireball in front of the window with a pickup truck that appears to be completely on fire.

The vehicle appeared to be a pickup truck

The huge flames shoot into the sky while shocked residents of the property watch in awe from the living room.

A concerned resident told the record, “It was right outside my girlfriend’s house. They have kids in the house too.”

At least half a dozen police vehicles were parked on the street after the incident, and the firefighters were also present.

A local resident wrote on Facebook: “The police have cordoned off Kinglassie. Armed police are stalemated across Kinglassie.

Armed police on duty after the incident

“The police make sure that nobody enters or leaves the village.”

Officials confirmed that dealing with the incident did not pose a major threat to the public.

The vehicle was burnt out on the street

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A police spokesman for Scotland said: “Officers are currently on property in Mina Crescent, Lochgelly, after a man barricaded himself inside.

“There is no danger to the general public.”

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has been asked to comment.

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