I think I read that she was only 21. She could have just had an “I’ve always wanted to drive one of these” moment. Think about the teenage boy, works in the stockroom... he gets a chance to get into the warehouse, and there is a forklift sitting there, no one around... wants to try it out. Could just be a bad decision due to immaturity and curiousity.
There was a case of a young black kid, in New York, whose dream was to be subway operator. He managed to get a transit uniform and drive the subway unnoticed.
He did a great job, stopping at every stop and ensuring everybody got off and on the train.
He got away with doing it for at least half a day, or so.
Well, maybe...but again, experience tells me that if the name, description and ethnicity/race/religion isn’t mentioned, it’s not your traditional ‘citizen’....
Otherwise, it would have been Olga this or Helga that or Gertruude whatever....
That’s very possible. But fact that they’re saying so little about her (and she wasn’t a child or even a teenager) isn’t a good sign.
...Ive always wanted to drive one of these moment.
More of a boy thing, I am thinking. Most of us women don’t get such urges. Although, I have to admit that one of my fantasies is to drive in a demolition derby.