By Leah Mcdonald For Dailymail. Haunting footage shows the moments immediately before high-speed racer Jessi Combs perished in a fiery crash in Oregon last week. The foot, 52,horsepower 'jet car' went up in flames moments after the video finished, killing year-old Combs. The footage follows the North American Eagle Supersonic Speed Challenger for just over a minute, showing a large plume of dust kicked up as she drives at breakneck speed.
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We recently got the chance to spend some time with Jessi Combs, off-road enthusiast, competitive driver, vehicle fabricator, and TV personality. She has been involved in a number of different ventures over the last dozen or so years ranging from starring in various television shows about all things automotive to building and driving just about every type of four- and two-wheeled motorized vehicle imaginable. Combs has made her name building and racing all sorts of machines, many of them made to move fast in the dirt. I did have Barbies, but I also had my Hot Wheels. My brother and I also had these little trucks that were motorized, they were much larger than Hot Wheels. More than anything though, I played outside. I was always on my bicycle, little motorcycle, or something of that nature, because I liked being outside more than I liked being in. Our family was into four-wheeling. Combs was raised in a four-wheeling family and still loves doing it today.
The "Xtreme 4x4" star crashed in the Alvord Desert in Oregon while driving at speeds of over mph. Jessi Combs was killed in a crash on Tuesday while attempting to break her own land speed record in Alvord Desert in Oregon. The year-old host of Spike TV's "Xtreme 4x4" was piloting the North American Eagle Supersonic Speed Challenger, a 52, horsepower jet-powered car, the same one she set the record of mph in Harney County Sheriff's Office said it received a call shortly after 4pm on Tuesday regarding a crash on the dry lake bed, which is frequently used for record attempts.