Officials have identified what they believe to be the cause of the fiery crash that killed "MythBusters" and "Overhaulin'" host Jessi Combs in August. Combs, known as the "fastest woman on four wheels,"
An investigation into the death of land speed record-chaser Jessi Combs has determined that a mechanical failure led to her high-speed crash. Combs was driving the jet-powered North American Eagle across
Two months after Jessi Combs' fatal crash during her land-speed record attempt, police released a statement Monday on the cause of the incident. According to Harney County Sheriff's Office in Oregon, of
The Harney County, Oregon, sheriff department has released the final results of its investigation into the high-speed crash of the North American Eagle during a land-speed record attempt in late August.
Fans of Jessi Combs, 36, were shocked this summer when "the fastest woman on four wheels" died in a jet car crash. The Mythbusters host was attempting to break her own land-speed record in the Alvord in