It is said that brain surgeon Charlie Teo's daughter is & # 39; shaken & # 39; after she was accused of a car accident in which the founder of the Comanchero bikie gang almost died.
Nicola Teo & # 39; s LandCruiser is said to have struck Wednesday at 3.30 pm at 3.30 pm in Jock Ross & # 39; s Harley Davidson in Lower MacDonald, north of Sydney.
Reportedly, 24-year-old Triple Zero called immediately before Ross, 76, was flown to the hospital in a coma.
Nicole Teo is pictured with her father Charlie, one of the best neurosurgeons in Australia
Nicola Teo & # 39; s LandCruiser is said to have struck Wednesday at 3.30 pm at 3.30 pm in Jock Ross & # 39; s Harley Davidson in Lower MacDonald, north of Sydney. Pictured: Miss Teo who lets a few dogs out
Nicola Teo and Charlie Teo arrive before the Australian premiere of Unindian on October 7, 2015 in Sydney
Miss Teo has a dog walk service and takes the animals to Cross Park, a private estate in the Hawkesbury River region.
A source on the estate said she was badly hit by the crash.
& # 39; She is really shocked by what happened, & # 39; the source told The Daily Telegraph.
The source described her as a & # 39; dear soul & # 39; and said she walks into the estate once a week.
Miss Teo, who said her father inspired her passion for animals, had recently launched her company Eastsidedogs AU.
It is after the police claimed that they were driving 200 meters on the wrong side of the road before they crashed.
The police are investigating whether Miss Teo was on her phone at the time of the accident and revealed that she had a child in the front seat.
Grandfather of 12 Ross, the former & # 39; Supreme Commander & # 39; from the Comancheros, was brought to Westmead Hospital in an induced coma with leg, head and internal injuries.
He was in a serious but stable condition on Thursday morning and was expected to undergo surgery.
CCTV photos came from the moments before Nicola Teo reportedly hit the motorcyclist in Lower Macdonald, in the Hawkesbury region of Sydney. Photo: Nine news
Charlie Teo & # 39; s daughter (pictured together) is accused of causing a frontal crash with Comanchero bikie gang founder Jock Ross causing him to fight for his life
Photos on her Instagram page show Nicola Teo posting with dogs alongside her cream 70-series Toyota LandCruiser ute
Miss Teo, 24, has been accused of driving with serious personal injury, negligent driving with personal injury, do not stay behind the dividing line and do not provide information to the police. Pictured: Nicola Teo
Miss Teo was taken to a police station where she was accused of driving with serious bodily injury, negligent driving with bodily injury, not staying behind the dividing line and not giving details to the police.
For the serious accusation of personal injury alone, a maximum prison sentence of seven years applies.
The Insp Orr said the charge is related to & # 39; not providing further details & # 39; to the police about what happened during the crash.
Senior police sources told Daily Mail Australia that they believed the case & # 39; open and closed & # 39; was and noted that charges were filed within hours instead of weeks.
Miss Teo, the second oldest of Dr. Teo's four daughters with wife Genevieve, was given conditional bail on October 17 to appear at the local court.
Miss Teo went to the $ 25,000 per year St Catherine & # 39; s School for Girls and now owns a dog walk service called East Side Dogs AU.
Jock Ross (photo in April) founded the Comanchero gang in 1966
Daily Mail Australia understands that she often takes the animals to the Hawkesbury for walks.
Photos on her Instagram page show her posing with dogs alongside her cream 70-series Toyota LandCruiser ute.
After the crash, Miss Teo's company posted on Instagram: & # 39; Hello everyone, sorry to be a bit behind schedule.
& # 39; Let me know if you need your puppy at home at a certain time. & # 39;
New Mc Wales Ambulance Inspector, Andrew McAlpine, described his injuries as follows: & # 39; The patient had sustained significant and serious injuries. He sustained lower leg, pelvis and head injury.
& # 39; He wasn't in a great way. He was treated on the spot by CareFlight physicians and intensive care paramedics and because of the seriousness of his condition he was placed in an induced coma and evacuated by helicopter to Westmead Hospital. & # 39;
Charlie Teo is one of the best neurosurgeons in Australia who has made headlines for prolonging the lives of children suffering from cancer – although his high private costs have caused controversy.
Last year Dr. Teo about his children in an interview: & # 39; My daughters have shown me how to be less selfish and self-centered.
& # 39; They have emotional intelligence that I have not developed at their age; some would say I still haven't done that. Women and girls mature for decades before men do. & # 39;
Dr. Teo declined to comment on the crash through a spokeswoman.
Nicola Teo (photo) went to the girls' school of $ 25,000 a year in St Catherine and now has a dog walk service
Toyota LandCruiser from Nicola Teo is said to have hit Jock Ross's engine in Lower Macdonald, north of Sydney, at 3:30 PM on Wednesday. Pictured: Nicola Teo
Daily Mail Australia understands that Nicola Teo often brings the animals to Hawkesbury, near the crash. Pictured: her car and some dogs on an Instagram photo
Hours before the crash, Miss Teo posted this photo on Instagram with the caption & # 39; just when you thought your day couldn't get any better & # 39;
Ross, a former soldier born in Glasgow, founded the Comancheros on the central coast of New South Wales on 15 April 1966 with four other motorcycle enthusiasts.
In the style of the & # 39; commander-in-chief & # 39; from the gang he led them to the Milperra massacre in 1984, where four of his men, two Bandidos and a 14-year-old girl died.
He took a shot at the head, resulting in loss of vision and brain injury – but he survived.
Ross was imprisoned in 1987 for murder for inciting the massacre. He was released in 1992 after serving only five years.
After the Milperra massacre, Ross, who lives in Lower Macdonald, had retained nominal control over the Comanchero for nearly 20 years until a new breed of bikies arrived.
Rapid recruitment of members from the Middle East in the late 1990s split the gang.
Bikies on the scene of the Milperra massacre outside the Viking Tavern on Father's Day 1984
William George & # 39; Jock & # 39; Ross (photo) founded the Comanchero in 1966 in New South Wales
Ross spent much of his time on the Central Coast near Mangrove Mountain when a group of the new brigade, including Mahmoud & # 39; Mick & # 39; Hawi, who was shot last year, came to visit around 2002.
According to former detective Duncan McNab & # 39; s book Outlaw Bikers in Australia, visitors were worried about the leadership of the gang and told Ross they wanted to chat.
The new members of the Comanchero, young and fearless, only respected money and power and had no time for how the old guard – including the founder of their club – wanted to let things go.
& # 39; Ross was unsuspecting and in the minority and the discussion was quick and violent, & # 39; McNab wrote. & # 39; The Comancheros, led by Mick Hawi, provided a comprehensive beating for the much older leader.
& # 39; They left him battered and took both his club colors and his Harley-Davidson. It was the outlaw equivalent of spitting in Jock & # 39; s face. & # 39;
Ross was about 60. Hawi was barely 21. Within a year, Hawi was the national president and Ross's leadership was ready.
Since his expulsion, Ross, a 12-year-old grandfather, has been captain of his local national fire department.
Comanchero bikie gang founder Jock Ross (photo) is fighting for life after a motorcycle accident
The comanchero outlaw motorcycle gang was based on principles of loyalty and respect
Comanchero ten commandments
1. The president is the supreme commander of the Comanchero.
2. Any member found guilty of cowardice will be thrown out of the club.
3. Any member found guilty of theft of a member of the Club himself will be ejected from the Club.
4. Any member found guilty of ruining the Real Ol & # 39; Lady of another member or using a gap between them for future & # 39; connection & # 39; will be discarded.
5. Any member found guilty of raising disagreements in the Club (that is to say, any way to cut down the President of the Club or any Club policy, form of form or bad rumors) will be discarded.
6. Any member found guilty of selling, distributing or using hard drugs will be discarded.
7. Any member found guilty of using his superior ability to cheat another member or an appointed member from his bicycles, money or valuables will be treated seriously.
8. Any member found guilty of not helping another member who is in real trouble, not bull *** problems, will be treated seriously.
9. Any member found guilty of disclosing Club matters to anyone who is not a member, unless seriously directed by the President, will be treated seriously.
10. Any member found guilty of wearing his colors on or around anything other than a British or American motorcycle of 500cc or more will be treated seriously.
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