Tributes have been paid to ‘popular’ and ‘bubbly’ woman who has died in a car crash.
Mother-of-three Shabana Aslam, 28, of Blackburn Road, Accrington, was driving into Rawtenstall when the car hit the wall.
Emergency crews were called but she was pronounced dead at the scene.
Hundreds of mourners attended her funeral earlier this week at Grimshaw Street Mosque, Accrington and she was buried at Pleasington Cemetery.
Hyndburn Councillor Allah Dad said: "She was a really nice woman. We lived nearby when she was a little and I know her family.
"They are a good family.
"I went to the funeral and there was hundreds of people who turned out. It shows how popular and loved she was.
"Everybody who I have spoken to has really praised her and told how bubbly she was.
"She was friendly with a lot of people and a lot of people knew her."
The accident happened on the A682 Bury Road at around 6pm on Sunday, February 12.
Police said she somehow lost control of her silver Honda Civic before colliding with a wall at the entrance to New Hall Hey Business Park.
A 21-year-old female passenger from Blackburn was cut free by fire crews.
She suffered serious head, arm and leg injuries and was taken to Fairfield General Hospital.
Her condition is described as serious but stable.
Shaun Naughton, watch manager at Rawtenstall Fire Station, said the road was foggy at the time of the accident.
He added: "The roundabout can catch a few people out as it’s on a bit of a dodgy bend. It also doesn't register on everybody’s Sat Navs."
The road was closed for around three hours to allow accident investigation officers to carry out their work.
Sgt Mick Young, from the Road Policing Unit, is appealing for witnesses to come forward.
Anyone with information is asked to call Lancashire Constabulary on 101 or call Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.