The woman was hit at a tram level crossing outside the former miners’ convalescent home on the promenade shortly before noon.
Police cordoned off the lanes while paramedics attended and she was taken to hospital by ambulance.
The age of the woman is unclear at this stage, with police reporting she is in her 50s and the ambulance service reporting she is in her 20s.
The North West Ambulance Service said the woman suffered “serious but not life-threatening injuries”.
She was walking a dog at the time of the collision, which was taken to a vet and given a full inspection. Fortunately, he is said to be “in good condition with no injuries”.
A police spokesman said: ‘We were called shortly before midday to reports of a collision between a woman and a tram on Queen’s Promenade in Bispham.
“Emergency services responded and the woman, in her 50s, was taken by ambulance to hospital.
“Investigations are ongoing.”
Blackpool Transport has suspended all tram services until further notice while an investigation is carried out.
A North West Ambulance Service spokesperson added: “We were called to the scene at 11.52am and the incident was attended to by a response vehicle, ambulance and emergency doctor.
“A woman in her twenties was taken to hospital.”
The ambulance service said it was unable to comment on his injuries at this stage.
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