I came across a question that was begging to be closed, and already had 4 other close votes. While I was performing the necessary ritual to add mine, I noticed that there was a pending suggested edit.
I reasoned that the question still needed to be closed until the original asker came back to clarify what exactly he or she was looking for, so I decided to close first and examine the suggested edit afterwards.
Clearly that was the wrong order in which to do things. As soon as I cast the final close vote, the page refreshed, and the pending suggested edit seemed to have vanished.
There was no indication of it in the "edit" link, I couldn't find it in the master suggested edit queue, and I don't even see it in the suggested edit stats (under the 10k tools). And I know it wasn't approved by someone else in the meantime, because the question shows no indication of having been edited.
I'm not really sure if that particular edit was any good or whether it's worth expending much effort trying to revive it. But I was surprised to see that when a question is closed, all pending suggested edits seem to be rejected and removed from the queue. Is this by design, or a bug?
A month ago, I would have assumed this was by design, as we didn't support suggesting edits to closed questions. But this has since been fixed (a positive change, I think), so maybe this is something that missed getting fixed at the same time.