Update, July 16, 10am:
HORSHAM Police Service Area Manager Inspector Di Thomson has invited residents affected by the crash to provide feedback.
She said assistance was available at the Road Trauma Support Services website.
She said people could alternatively email her at HORSHAM-ADMIN-MGR@police.vic.gov.au.
INVESTIGATIONS into Thursday's fatal Western Highway crash at Pimpinio are continuing.
A Victoria Police spokeswoman told the Mail-Times there were no updates from Major Collision Investigation Unit detectives.
She also said forensic testing was taking place, which would take about a week.
Ferntree Gully man Emil Pich, 60, died when the Firefly Express bus he was driving crashed into a B-double trailer, which had dislodged from the cabin.
In a social media post, Firefly Express described Mr Pich as a "brave and caring man, who will be missed so much by our team".
Wimmera Base Hospital treated more than 40 passengers who were travelling on the bus at the time. Four people were flown to Melbourne.
The truck driver, a Murray Bridge man, 36, was not injured.
Teigan Hill, 22, of Murray Bridge in South Australia, was the truck passenger.
She appeared at Ararat Magistrates' Court on Friday and was refused bail after she was charged with trafficking a drug of dependence, possessing a drug of dependence and using a drug of dependence.
She did not enter a plea.
Ms Hill, who was not injured, was remanded in custody after police found 3.5 grams of crystal methamphetamine, also known as ice, in her backpack.
Police also found a "tick sheet" listing names and dollar figures in the wallet of the driver, which Ms Hill admitted to writing.
Ms Hill is due to appear at Horsham Magistrates' Court on July 29.
A Victoria Police spokesperson said people with information about the crash, or with dash cam footage, could contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report online at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au
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