I came across the following sentence:
Another inspector, Douglas E. Peters, testified that even after the F.A.A. manager had been removed, the replacement manager threatened him. The replacement pointed to a photo of Mr. Peters’ family, pointed out that both Mr. Peters and Mr. Peters’ wife had good jobs at the F.A.A., and said, “I’d hate to see you jeopardize yours and her careers” by pursuing ethics complaints against F.A.A. managers. [→]
Is there a trivial error or a simple typo? Or the—so-called— replacement manager had been jeopardized from possessive "her" placed after "yours"?
In other terms, shouldn't it be "your and her" rather than "yours and her"? Or am I wrong?