Jessi Combs dies trying to beat the speed record

The American pilot lost her life Tuesday in an accident with a 52,000 hp jet prototype in the Alvord desert (Oregon).


The American rider Jessi Combs has died, at 39, in an accident while trying to break the speed record on the ground. This was announced by Terry Madden, a member of his team, through his 'Instagram' account. The accident occurred in the Alvord desert (Oregon) when Combs trained with a 52,000 CV prototype. 222222 "Unfortunately we lost it yesterday in a horrible accident, I was the first person to arrive and trust me, we did everything humanly possible to save her, "Madden wrote next to a video with images of the pilot. 444444

The accident happened on Tuesday, but it wasn't until Wednesday when the family made a statement public. " Her dream was to become the fastest woman on earth, a dream she had been pursuing since 2012. She was a dreamer with the courage to make those dreams come true, as she left the earth piloting faster than any other woman in history. ", said the statement that did not make public the causes of the accident. 444444

Combs pursued since 2012 beat the speed record on land achieved by a woman. A record held by Kitty O'Neil since 1976 (824 Km / h) .



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