Caught on camera: Noida PCR van rams bike, runs away leaving injured at accident spot

Reports suggest that there were two persons in the PCR van. The locals rushed the victims to Metro Hospital in Noida Sector 11.

In a shocking incident, a PCR van knocked down two persons in Noida, seriously injuring them. The PCR driver, instead of helping the accident victims escaped from the spot.

The victims have been identified as Anoop Singh Chauhan and Aditya Singh Chauhan, who originally belong to Indore, Madhya Pradesh. According to reports, Anoop Singh works as an executive with a company in Noida, whereas his elder brother Aditya works in Himachal Pradesh. He had come to Noida to meet his brother.

The two were on their way from Noida to Gurgaon when the accident took place. The collusion was so severe that the bike was thrown away to some 20 meters. After the accident, the driver stopped the vehicle, but drove away instead of helping the victims.

Reports suggest that there were two persons in the PCR van. They have been identified as Hoshiyar Singh, and constable Veer Singh. The PCR vehicle is associated with Dial 100 project of the previous Samajwadi Party government.

The incident was caught on a CCTV camera installed near the spot. The locals rushed the victims to Metro Hospital in Noida Sector 11.

Local residents and passersby gathered on the spot and rushed the victims to Metro Hospital Sector 11. Both are admitted in the ICU. Anoop’s legs are fractured. Aditya’s legs are fractured as well but he’s suffering from head injuries too.

FIR under sections of 279 (rash driving) and 337 (causing hurt) of the Indian Penal Code have been registered against the accused and the senior officials have recommended for the suspension of driver and constable. The Noida Police also took to Twitter and announced that the officials have initiated a probe against the accused and strict action will be taken against them.

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