Two people suffered chest injuries after the four-vehicle crash
Two people suffered chest injuries after a four-vehicle crash in Bispham.
The incident took place on Ashfield Road at around 1pm on Thursday (July 29).
Emergency services attended the scene and a man and a woman both suffered chest injuries.
Officers put a road closure in place after the incident, which remained in place for around 3 hours – reopening at 4.15pm.
Footage taken of the collision showed how two cars collide, sending one spinning out of control.
The vehicle can be seen catapulting across the road and colliding with a further two vehicles before coming to a stop.
The driver can be seen crawling from the car to safety before passersby swoop in to offer assistance.
A spokesperson for Lancashire Police said: “We were called around 12.55pm yesterday (Thursday, July 29) to a report of a four vehicle collision in Ashfield Road, Blackpool.
“Emergency services attended the scene with a man and a woman suffering chest injuries.
“The road was closed and reopened around 4.15pm.”
It is understood that no arrests have been made.