Emergency services are at Dunfermline Bus Station after reports of underground explosions.
It is understood that no one has been hurt.
Police said roads in the area had been closed to ensure public safety.
We're aware of reported explosions occurring underground in the #QueenAnneStreet area at noon today & are currently working with @fire_scot & utility companies to establish the cause. Road closures are in place to allow emergency services access & ensure the safety of the public.
— Dunfermline Police (@DunfermlinePol) May 15, 2018
A spokesperson for Police Scotland told TheCourier: “Police in Fife have been made aware of reports of explosions occurring underground in the Queen Anne Street area of Dunfermline around 12.10pm on Tuesday May 15.
“Officers are currently liaising with the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and utility companies to establish the full circumstances surrounding this matter.
“Local road closures are currently in place while work is carried out to ascertain the cause of the explosions and ensure the safety of the public.”