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A speeding PCR van knocked down two persons riding a Royal Enfield bike in Sector 11 on Sunday morning, seriously injuring them. The PCR driver, instead of helping the victims, both brothers, took a turn and escaped from the spot.

The brothers , Aditya Singh Chauhan (26) and Anoop Singh Chauhan (24) — are original residents of Indore in Madhya Pradesh.

The bike is registered in Nalagarh in Himachal Pradesh in the name of Anoop Singh. He works as an executive with Just Dial in Noida and lives in a paying guest accommodation in Sector 11. His elder brother Aditya, who works in Himachal Pradesh, had come to meet him last week.

The two were on their way from Noida to Gurgaon when the accident took place. "When they reached near Shahani Furniture, a speeding PCR van (no. 9) coming from the opposite direction hit them," said a witness.

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