A female truck passenger who is involved in a fatal collision in which an elderly bus driver was killed is accused of distributing drugs.
Teigan Hill, 22, was a passenger in a B-double truck when the trailers were released on the western highway at Pimpinio in western Victoria on Thursday at 2:00 am and collided with a bus from Adelaide to Melbourne.
The bus driver Emil Pich, 60, died on the spot.
A woman is accused of selling ice cream with her boyfriend. The two were involved in a fatal traffic accident (photo), in which a bus driver died
Teigan Hill, 22 (photo), was a passenger in a B-double truck when the trailers on the Western Highway off Pimpinio in western Victoria on Thursday at 2 am & # 39; released in the morning, colliding with a bus from Adelaide to Melbourne
Four other bus passengers were taken to Melbourne hospitals via an air bridge and are in stable conditions.
After the crash, the police reportedly found 3.5 grams of ice in Mrs. Hill's backpack.
Truck driver Tim Walsh, would also have a & # 39; checklist & # 39; have potential customers and prizes in his wallet.
Mr. Walsh was placed under police custody for more than 20 hours before being released without charge.
Mrs. Hill appeared on Friday at the Magistrates' Court of Ararat, accused of trading a drug of dependence, possession of a drug of dependence and the use of a drug addiction.
During her appearance at the court, Hill did not make a plea, but she did provide evidence in the hope that she would be granted bail, Mail times reported.
& # 39; If I were given bail, I would come back & # 39 ;, she said. & # 39; I am very cooperative. & # 39;
Sergeant Travis Kerr said that Ms. Hill was a flight risk.
The bus (photo) had 45 people and Melbourne bus driver and grandfather Emil Pich, 60, died on the spot
Bail was refused on the grounds that she had provided insufficient evidence as to why it should be granted.
When the magistrate refused her bail request, the suspected offender cried.
The 22-year-old remains in custody until July 29.
Investigation into the deadly crash is still ongoing.
Mrs. Hill (photo) has been accused of human trafficking, the use of and a drug addicted drug, and was refused the bail
Pich's son went to Facebook to honor his father.
& # 39; Not saying goodbye to my father, Emil Pich, feels like my heart has been broken into millions of pieces & # 39 ;, he wrote.
& # 39; My father, my friend, a generous soul, you will always have a special place in the depths of my soul, our shared memories will be cherished for a lifetime and from the deepest depths of my heart you will be loved forever & # 39;
& # 39; Let your physical form rest as your mind embarks on its next adventure. & # 39;
Pich's son wrote a tribute to his father on Facebook. & # 39; Not being able to say goodbye to my father Emil Pich (photo) feels like my heart has been beaten in millions of pieces, & # 39; he wrote.
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