Oregon police are trying to retrieve laptop computers that are reported to be in a "jet car" of race car star Jesse Combs during her fatal crash on Aug. 27, as they gather more information about the tragic event, officials said.
It is reported that the popular car driver and television personality was trying to break her own land speed record when she died while driving across a dry lake in the Alverd Desert. She was 39.
The comb was trying to hit 619 mph, Autoblog reports.
On Wednesday, Lieutenant Brian Nudham of the Harney County Sheriff's Office confirmed that authorities are trying to retrieve laptops aboard a jet car (a race car powered by a jet engine). Computers allegedly aboard the Combs vehicle, the North American eagle supersonic Challenger, may hold additional keys for investigators.
JESSIE COMBY OTHER, COLLEAGUES RESPOND TO HIS DEATH: "LOOK AT YOUR LIFE"   ] stored on embedded computers, "Nidum tells the New York Post.
A law enforcement officer also says" there was a fire "but did not develop.
In 2013. Combs set the world record for women's ground speed for four-wheeled vehicles in the North American Eagle – a run she accidentally made Alver Desert reportedly had an average speed of 398 mph in the stunt.
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one day set the women's overall ground speed record, which would have required her to break the speed of 512 mph.
In addition to racing, Combs also hosted the List, along with remarks on "Overhaulin," "Extreme 4×4" and "All Girls Garage."
In a statement on her death, the family of "the fastest four-k woman olela "says that" Combs's most remarkable dream was to become the fastest woman on Earth, a dream she has been chasing since 2012. "
" Comb was one of the few dreamers with the courage to turn those opportunities into reality, and she let this land drive faster than any other woman in history, "they say.  Click here to get the application of FOX NEWS
Fox News & Mi chael Hollan and The Associated Press contributed to this report.