Olivia S. Peters Death and Obituary – On Thursday, December 23, Washington NFL team security and special player Deshazor Everett was involved in a car accident that killed his passenger Olivia S. Peters. According to TMZ, Everett crashed at about 9:15 pm while driving his 2010 Nissan GT-R in Loudoun County, Virginia.
According to reports, Deshazor Everett and his passenger Olivia S. Peters hit some trees while driving on Gum Spring Road. The accident caused Everett’s car to overturn, causing serious injuries. According to local publications, Olivia was rushed to Stone Springs Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
At the same time, Deshazor Everett was taken to the Reston Hospital Center, where he received “life-threatening” treatment for serious injuries. The crash is still under investigation. However, according to the latest news from TMZ, law enforcement agencies believe that it has nothing to do with alcohol.
Deshazor Everett car crash
Olivia S. Peters is a 29-year-old OSP therapist from Montgomery County, Maryland. According to a statement issued by her family, she graduated from Our Lady Of Good Counsel High School in 2010. She also studied at the University of South Carolina and received her undergraduate degree in 2014. In 2018, Peters received a master’s degree in occupational therapy. Shenandoah University.
As an OSP (Ontario Structured Psychotherapy) therapist, Olivia Peters has practiced in Las Vegas and New York. In a family statement issued by David Kaplan of WTTG, they mentioned that Olivia’s only passion is to treat children with special needs or poverty.
Olivia Peters also founded and operated her own clinic in Las Vegas. According to her clinic’s Facebook page, they focus on treating children with OSP needs.