A taxi driver says footage recorded on his dashboard camera captured a speeding car moments before it ploughed into a group of people in Blackpool.
A teenager has been arrested after three people were injured when the car crashed outside a nightclub.
It is believed that none of those injured suffered life-threatening injuries.
In the video, filmed by taxi driver Robin Garner, a car can be seen speeding past his taxi at 11.53pm, moments before the crash.
Mr Garner told the Blackpool Gazette: Although the incident wasnt caught by my camera it clearly shows him speeding past me heading towards the zebra crossing, then he turned left onto Market street and a few moments later he came flying out of Corporation Street/Talbot Road junction smashing through the road work barriers.
He then took a left then a right heading north on the promenade.
Mr Garner, who was unloading passengers at the Home and HQ nightclubs at the time, has passed the footage to police.
Officers have arrested a 19-year-old man from West Yorkshire on suspicion of dangerous driving, drink/drug driving and grievous bodily harm.
Paramedics treated three people after the crash minutes before midnight on Saturday.
The incident is not being linked to terrorism, police said.
Kinga Gil, who works at Viva Blackpool, says she had only seconds to react after seeing a car heading straight for her on the pavement.
She said: Unfortunately I was one of the people who saw what has happened today. I was walking back from work to my mums car as I was going to get picked up.
As I am getting closer to my mums car I see a car coming straight towards me crashing into the white and red gates and everything on its way. It was horrible and I had a matter of seconds to get out of the way.
Honestly I am one of the luckiest people alive I got out of this without a scratch.
Lancashire Police said: The vehicle was recovered in the Norbreck area of the town at 12.35am and a 19-year-old man from West Yorkshire was arrested and taken into custody.
Anyone with footage of the incident should contact Lancashire Police on 101 quoting log 1862 of 14 April.T