Woman in court over Dunfermline taxi driver attack

A woman has appeared in court accused of attacking a taxi driver in Fife "to the danger of his life".

Kim Gray, 46, from Dunfermline, was arrested following an attack on the 59-year-old man in the town's Appin Crescent, at 00:20 on Sunday.

Ms Gray appeared in private on petition at Dunfermline Sheriff Court facing charges of assault and assault to severe injury and danger of life.

Ms Gray made no plea or declaration during Monday's brief private hearing.

Her case was continued for further examination and she was remanded in custody until another hearing next week.

The victim is in a serious but stable condition in hospital.

Police Scotland are appealing for witnesses to the attack and want to speak to anyone who saw a silver Ford Mondeo taxi in the area.

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