Ambulance crews were called to the junction of Wellfield Road and Atholl Street following the crash at around 5.15pm.
Footage from the scene shows a silver Citroen C4 which had mounted the pavement before crashing through a brick wall outside an office building.
Two police 4x4's were at the scene at the time of the crash, with one of the BMW X5s also appearing to have hit a wall.
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Lancashire Police has now confirmed that the crash happened after a police chase that began in Hutton.
Officers had pursued the car for more than 5 miles before it crashed into a wall at the corner of Wellfield Road and Atholl Street.
A 35-year-old man has been arrested, but Lancashire Police was unable to confirm the alleged offences.
A police spokesman said: "A silver Citroen collided with a wall on Ashton Street at around 5.15pm yesterday after a short police pursuit through Hutton.
"There was a road closure at the junction of Wellfield Road and St Mark’s Road while emergency services cleared the scene.
"There were no reported injuries.
"A 35-year-old man was arrested in connection with the incident."
Despite police reporting no injuries, North West Ambulance Service said a man was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital by ambulance.
An NWAS spokesman said: "We took a call at 5.18pm yesterday and attended an RTC (road traffic collision) on Wellfield Road.
"We sent an ambulance and we treated a male patient and took him to Royal Preston Hospital."
The ambulance service was unable to confirm whether the injured man was the arrested driver or a police officer.
Wellfield Road was cordoned off between Vine Street and St Mark's Road/Ashton Street for more than an hour.