Who was Olivia S. Peters? Update on the Deshazor Everett Car Crash

Who was Olivia S. Peters? Update on the Deshazor Everett Car Crash

On Thursday night in Virginia, Olivia S. Peters was lost her life in a single-car accident involving Washington Football Team safety Deshazor Everett.

According to a report from the sheriff's office, Olivia S. Peters was a passenger in Everett's 2010 Nissan GT-R when it off a roadway in Loudon County, VA, hit multiple trees, and turned over. Olivia died later in a local hospital.

Everett was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

On Friday morning, the Washington Football Team released a statement regarding the crash.

Peters' family said she was a lifetime Montgomery County, Maryland native who was opening occupational therapy clinics in Las Vegas and New York City, according to the Washington, D.C.-based television station WTTG-Fox 5.

“Her passion and sole focus in life was treating special needs and underprivileged children,” the station cited the family statement.

Who was Deshazor Everett's car accident victim, Olivia S. Peters?

Olivia S. Peters was a Montgomery County, Maryland-based OSP therapist. In 2010, she received her diploma from Our Lady Of Good Counsel High School.

She received her undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina in 2014. Shenandoah University awarded Peters a Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy in 2018.

Olivia Peters worked as an OSP (Ontario Structured Psychotherapy) therapist in Las Vegas and New York. Olivia's primary interest, according to a statement from her family posted by David Kaplan of WTTG, was to help children with special needs or who were underprivileged.

Olivia Peters also established and ran a clinic in Las Vegas. Her clinic specialized in treating children with OSP issues, according to her Facebook page.

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