Paramedics and fire engines were called to a car crash in East Lancashire on Sunday (October 23).

At around 7.16pm, paramedics and two fire engines were dispatched to a collision involving two vehicles on Booth Road in Waterfoot.

The incident involved an 18-year-old and a 60-year old.

Firefighters were in attendance for an hour and twenty minutes but no one was taken to hospital.

A Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: “At 7.16pm on October 23, two fire engines from Bacup and Rawtenstall attended a road traffic collision on Booth Road, Waterfoot, Rossendale.

“The incident involved two vehicles. Firefighters treated one casualty prior to paramedics’ arrival. They were in attendance for an hour and twenty minutes.”

A spokesperson for the North West ambulance service added: “We received a call at 7.19pm of reports of a two-vehicle road traffic collision.

“The crash involved an 18-year-old and a 60-year-old. We attended the incident but did not take anyone to hospital.”