Strong winds and heavy rain have battered Hyndburn overnight, uprooting several trees and causing some flash flooding.
Fire officers were called to Mayfield Gardens in Oswaldtwistle at around 8.20pm last night after a tree had fallen onto the side of a semi-detached house.
The road was temporarily closed off as a precaution and the house was evacuated.
Richard Edney, of Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service, said a fire engine was not required and the fire officer requested Hyndburn council to attend and assess the damage.
Around 10 minutes later at 8.30pm another tree fell onto a community garden on Belfield Road in Accrington.
Mr Edney said: “The tree had snapped and had fallen into a public area and it could have fallen into houses.
“We sent a fire officer to have a look round and they found the tree had fallen into a community garden.”
A fire crew from Hyndburn was called to Vine Mill on Brookside Street in Oswaldtwistle at around 11.30pm after water flooded the lift shaft and affected the electrics.
The flooding was caused by nearby blocked drains which firefighters helped to clear.
Great Harwood Golf Club said they were also affected by the heavy rain last night and the course will be closed pending an inspection later today.
The Met Office is forecasting strong to gale force winds continuing across the North West with gusts reaching around 55mph in a few exposed sites.
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