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By Jennifer Smith For Dailymail. Jessi Combs' fatal jet car crash was caused when her front wheel clipped an object in the desert as she traveled at mph. Combs, 39, died in September while trying to break the women's land speed record in Oregon. On Tuesday, the Harney County Sheriff's Office revealed its findings that the crash was caused by the front wheel striking something.

Jessi Combs' fatal jet car crash was caused by front wheel failure

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Jessi Combs, 36, died in a car crash on Tuesday, August When she crashed, Jessi was driving the same North American Eagle Supersonic Speed Challenger in which she set the land-speed record back in at mph with a top-speed run of mph , according to her website. The vehicle is a reconfigured F jet with 52,horsepower and measures 56 feet long. Terry Madden, who is a member of Jessi's team and was on the scene when she crashed, confirmed the news of her passing. He shared a video and heartfelt post on Instagram. In the caption, Terry shared, "She was truly my unicorn and I enjoyed every single minute that I had with her.

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The crash also caused a jet-fuel fire in the desert. Local law-enforcement agent Lt. Brian Needham said in an interview with The Oregonian that Combs's team is attempting to recover the jet car's onboard computers, which could provide more details on the cause of the crash, which is currently unknown.
By Jackie Salo. August 28, pm Updated August 28, pm. Combs, 39, was driving her jet-powered car Tuesday through the Alvord Desert when the accident happened, Road and Track reported. The crash occurred on a dry lake bed and was reported to dispatchers shortly after 4 p.