This is the sickening moment a car ploughed into two people, sending them flying across a road after driving at a crowd.
Shocking footage shows a driver aim a blue Audi at a group of about 20 men stood outside Dahna Lounge in Blackburn.
Before the crash, some of the males can be heard insulting one another during a row outside the shisha cafe in Lancashire.
As tensions boil over, the car rams itself at speed toward the group, but most of the men dodge its path.
Pictured, left: A bystander watches the row unfold before the blue Audi starts revving. Pictured, right: Two men are left rolling on the floor as the car strikes them and flees
However two men appear to be sent tumbling across the street as the vehicle slams into both of them before driving off.
MailOnline has contacted Lancashire Police and it is thought that the two victims were ‘walking wounded’, meaning they did not require hospital treatment.
In the video, which surfaced last night, a shocked witness can be heard saying ‘what the f***’ as the motorist flees the scene.
Behind the camera a man’s voice can be heard asking what the group are arguing about as shouts of ‘what the f*** are doing?’ are heard in the melee.
One of the males then screams ‘you motherf******’ as the feuding men close in on one another while others shout ‘leave it, leave it’.
This is the moment the Audi smashed into its two victims outside a shisha cafe in Blackburn, Lancashire, following a row in the street
The two men are left lying in the street after the car strikes them outside the Dahna Lounge in Blackburn, Lancashire
The argument calms down as the crowd parts to allow a 4×4 to pass down the road and for a moment the situation looks like it might have been diffused.
But as the men continue to bicker and insult one another, a revving is heard from a nearby engine.
Then the black car heads straight at the group, most of whom are left leaping out of its way.
It then strikes two people, who are still rolling around on the floor as the driver leaves them behind.
The clip was shared on Facebook by Chris O’Hear, sparking a flurry of concern from shocked viewers.
Leah Dale wrote: ‘Omg are them people ok? What a world we live in.’ Peter Newbury said: ‘What the actual f***, that’s savage.’
Michael Entwistle said: ‘Can’t believe people are actually surprised by this, it’s everyday life now guys.’