Emergency services were called to reports of a woman trapped in a car following a road traffic collision in Oswaldtwistle.
Paramedics, police and the fire service attended the scene at the junction of Harvey Street and Ash Street.
The collision involving a VW Passat and a Toyota Yaris happened at around 11.30am on Tuesday, September 1.
A Lancashire Police spokesman said they were called by the ambulance service to reports of a woman trapped in one of the cars.
Temporary traffic diversions were put in place by officers at the scene.
Two fire engines from Hyndburn were also called to the collision.
John Taylor, of Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service, said: “The initial call came from the ambulance service that a woman might be trapped in a car.
“When crews got there she was out and being attended to by paramedics.
“There was no fire but crews set about making the scene safe and checking there was no fuel, oil leaks or debris.”
A North West Ambulance Service spokesperson said there were ‘no obvious injuries’ reported and nobody was taken to hospital.