According to Authorities:
“Ms. Tapper entered the car wash at approximately 8:06 p.m. Immediately after entering the car wash, Tapper put her vehicle into neutral and the conveyor belt slowly pulled her car through the wash. While being pulled through the wash Tapper fell asleep, forgetting to close her sunroof. As Ms. Tapper’s vehicle was being pulled by the conveyor, her vehicle stopped midway through the was. Our investigation determined there was an electrical malfunction which caused the conveyor belt to come to a halt and the preventing the water time from working,” said Detective Allison.
Authorities inspected Tapper’s vehicle and found Adderall XR, a drug commonly know for treating Narcolepsy.
Lisa Ganders, a friend of Tapper, told authorities about Tapper’s Narcolepsy. “I am so sad that Becky died, especially like this. She was always scared to be out by herself because of her Narcolepsy. She always took her medicine on time, especially when she was going home after work. I hope that her family is ok.
Investigators obtained the computer system from the car wash to determine what caused the conveyor belt and water system to malfunction. According to Jake Burrow, a computer tech for the police department, “It appears the computer system was infected with a virus from an employee visitng xV*deos.com. The computer virus caused the operating system to malfunction, resulting in the software controlling the car wash to stop working.”
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