Residents have called for action after two more accidents on their street.
They say that the one-mile stretch outside their homes on Southport Road, Ulnes Walton, has suffered dozens of incidents over five years.
This is despite the speed limit being reduced last year from 40mph to 30mph.
Trevor Symonds, 69, who lives opposite the petrol station, said he thought the high number of junctions was partly to blame.
He said: “There’s a pub, a business and a garage with two entrances so drivers are in and out all the time and nobody slows down.
“The road is quite narrow and I’ve seen people driving up onto the pavement to pass a car waiting to turn right into New Lane.
“They just don’t want to wait.
“There are 30mph signs as you come into the village at each end, but nothing else.
“What we need is something drivers can see – a mini roundabout, traffic lights or a Pelican crossing. It all comes down to money, but what price can you put on a life; we’re just waiting for a fatality.”
His neighbour Paul Dodenhoff, 53, backed up his concerns.
He said a survey by the Road Safety Foundation showed the A581 between Rufford and Chorley to be number six in they country in terms of the number of accidents causing injuries, with 70 taking place between 2005 and the end of 2010. Of these, 27 were on the one-mile stretch near his home.
He said: “Last year the speed was reduced, but drivers still speed - when the limit’s 40 they do 50, now it’s 30 they do 40.”
A Lancashire County Council spokesman said they had no records of serious accidents recently and said residents could contact the highways team.