A 60-year-old woman was taken to hospital with rib injuries and a punctured lung after getting ‘crushed’ between a caravan and a brick wall.
Police and paramedics were called to Peel Park Avenue in Accrington shortly after 2pm on Sunday, September 28.
The woman was airlifted to Royal Preston Hospital.
A Lancashire Police spokesperson said: “A Land Rover towing a caravan was attempting to turn into a narrow alley and the passenger got out to try and guide the driver to make the manoeuvre.
“She has then become wedged between the caravan and the brick wall. She suffered injuries to her ribs and a punctured lung.”
North West Air Ambulance said they were called to the scene shortly before 2.15pm.
A spokesperson said: “We were called out to a trauma incident on Sunday involving a female in her 60s with injuries after being crushed between a caravan and a wall.
“We flew the patient to Royal Preston Hospital.”