The families of two dads who tragically died in a town centre collision have paid tribute.
Driver Aurang Zeb Khan, 42, and passenger Rafique Khan, 43, both died in a collision on Hyndburn Road on Friday, October 10.
It is thought the Vectra Aurang was driving was heading north across the junction with Oxford Street when the collision with a Mercedes, travelling west out of Accrington along Hyndburn Road, happened.
A second passenger of the Vectra was taken to hospital with serious injuries and three occupants of the Mercedes were also hospitalised.
In a statement Rafique's family paid tribute, they said: "Rafique was taken from us on Friday evening whilst out with friends in the Accrington area.
"He leaves behind a loving wife and eleven children. He is greatly missed by all his family and friends."
Aurang's family said in a statement: "Aurang Zeb Khan, also known as Aurang Zeb, was sadly taken from us in a road collision. A loving Husband and father to three children. Taken too soon and will be forever missed."
Sgt Gareth Hill, from Lancashire Police’s Road Policing Unit, said: “This is a tragic incident and we have specialist officers working with the families of those who have sadly died.
“We are now appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the incident to get in touch with police with any information they may have to help us with our investigation into how this incident occurred.”
Anyone with information can call Lancashire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.