Two children were taken to hospital with head injuries after a car collision.
Police and paramedics were called to Stanley Street in Accrington at around 2pm on Sunday, April 17 following a collision between a Peugeot and a Renault Clio.
A North West Ambulance Service spokesperson said two children suffered head injuries and were taken to Royal Blackburn Hospital.
No other injuries were reported and no arrests have been made.
A nearby resident who heard the collision said ‘everybody was in shock’.
He said: “I was walking into town with my partner along Washington Street when we heard the crash.
“The Peugeot had just a lad on his own and there was a family of four in the Clio with the two children in the back.
“We stopped to see if anybody needed help but after about five minutes it felt like we were more of an agitation than a help.
“As we were going we could see the police coming up Burnley Road.
“You could see everybody involved was in shock. The lad driving the Peugeot was like a pale shade of grey.
“The kids were just crying. They didn’t look like they were bleeding or anything like that.”