Four men injured after collision
TWO men were taken to hospital and two others treated by paramedics after a car mounted a pavement after a collision with another vehicle.
Emergency services were called to Blackburn Road in Accrington after a white Mercedes A Class struck a set of traffic lights and narrowly missed a man and his daughter who were leaving a nearby takeaway.
Firefighters said the Mercedes driver, who had to be cut free from the car, and a pedestrian were taken to hospital with minor injuries.
Two other men were treated at the scene by paramedics.
The driver of the other vehicle was not thought to be seriously hurt and her car sustained minor damage.
The incident happened at around 4.10pm on Thursday, November 22, and no arrests have been made.
A Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “Two fire engines from Hyndburn and Burnley were called to a road traffic collision involving on car on Blackburn Road, Accrington.
“One person was rescued from the vehicle by firefighters and paramedics using cutting equipment. Firefighters were at the scene for two hours.”