Police Continue to Appeal For Witnesses After McLaren Crashed Into House

Lancashire Police are continuing their appeal for witnesses and footage after two men were left seriously injured following a collision in the early hours of this morning (23rd December) in St Anne’s.

Sgt Tom Malley, from the Lancashire Police Roads Policing Unit, said, ‘As a result of this collision two men are in hospital with serious injuries and my thoughts are with their loved ones at this time.

Work is ongoing to establish the full circumstances of what led to the collision. I would ask any witnesses or anyone with dashcam footage which captured the McLaren in the lead up to the collision to contact the police as soon as possible.’

The incident occurred at Heyhouses Lane at 2.35 a.m. today (23rd December). Emergency services were called to the scene following reports a McLaren supercar, which the BBC have reported as often selling for a minimum of £100,000, had collided with a lamppost and then a house. Both the car and the house caught fire. They were quickly extinguished by the fire service.

The Police report that the two male occupants of the car suffered a number of serious injuries and were taken to hospital, where they remain. One is in a critical but stable condition and the second in a serious but stable condition.

Nobody in the house was injured.

Police ask for witnesses to email them at or telephone 101 quoting log 174 of 23rd of December 2023.

Pictured below Heyhouses Lane house following crash:


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