POLICE are appealing for witness after a bus driver and a pensioner from Accrington were injured following a collision between a bus and a camper van.
The 46-year-old male driver of the Optare single-decker bus suffered cuts and bruises and a 76-year-old female passenger suffered a broken leg.
She was taken to Royal Preston Hospital by air ambulance.
The 46-year-old male driver of the Peugeot Motor Caravan suffered two broken legs while a female passenger also broke a leg.
Two children aged seven and two, who were also passengers in the camper van, suffered minor injuries.
Five other passengers on the bus suffered minor injuries. Some of those with minor injuries were treated at the scene while some were taken to Royal Blackburn Hospital.
The collision happened at around 2.05pm on Monday, October 28 on the A671 Accrington Road in Clitheroe at its junction with the B6246 Accrington Road.
The road was closed for three and a half hours while collision investigators carried out their work.
Sergeant Gareth Hill said: "An investigation to establish why this collision occurred is now underway. I would appeal to anybody who was in the area and witnessed the collision to contact police.
"I am also keen to speak with anybody who may have witnessed either vehicle being driven immediately prior to collision; if you have any information you think will be relevant please come forward."
Anybody with any information can contact police on 101.