A woman in Montgomery County has died at 4 o’clock now after a car accident in Loudon County last night. The safety and special team of the driver’s Washington football team. On the side of the Everett Box, David Kaplan, who is joining us, will live for us tonight in that crash scene. David, what does the police say what happened? Now, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office says he was driving around 9 o’clock last night. This is Gum Spring Road Douch, where Everett police say they have lost control here. The car turned over and stopped here. Now we want to talk about the dead. Look at the screen now. This is 29-year-old Olivia Peters. Her family shared these pictures with us. She was from Montgomery County. Her family says she was an occupational therapist who devoted her life to helping children in need. Her family calls her wonderful and beautiful and says she began practicing at the age of 29 in cooking or Everett in Nevada and New York City. It is said that he was taken to a local hospital. He is said to have been seriously injured without life-threatening. The Washington Football Team said their ideas were in the families of all involved, adding that they were working with the NFL as they gathered more information. Coach Ron Rivera said this after today’s Washington Football Team practice. I mean, it’s very sad to hear the news. Well, my thoughts and prayers are directed at the young woman and her family, and I always thought of Shay and his family as well. So it’s a very difficult situation, and as you know, we keep things going, uh, end the investigation with the police and let them find out what happened. And when it comes to the investigation, Loudoun County police don’t say much about the cause of the crash. They say this is a very active and ongoing investigation. If you learn something through the news, I’m sure you will tell it.
According to the Loudoun County Security Officer’s office, Washington Football Team’s Deshazole Everett was treated for a “serious but non-life-threatening injury” after being involved in a fatal accident in Loudoun County, Virginia on Thursday. There is. According to the sheriff’s office, the 2010 Nissan GT-R was injured in a hospital by passenger Olivia Peters, 29, when a vehicle left the road and hit several trees before it fell. Died. It is under investigation, according to Michele Bowman, a spokeswoman for the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. “Our thoughts and prayers are directed at everyone affected by this tragedy,” the Washington Football Team said in a statement posted on Twitter, adding that the team is working. We worked with local governments “to collect more information”. 29-year-old Everett has been playing for the Washington Football Team since 2015.
According to the Loudoun County Security Officer’s office, Washington Football Team player Deshazole Everett was “severe but not life-threatening injured” after being involved in a fatal accident on Thursday in Loudoun County, Virginia. Have been treated.
The sheriff’s office said Everett grabbed the steering wheel of the 2010 Nissan GT-R when the vehicle left the road and bumped into several trees before it fell. statement..
Passenger Olivia Peters, 29, was injured and died in a hospital, according to the sheriff’s office.
The crash is under investigation, according to Michele Bowman, a spokesman for the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.
“Our thoughts and prayers are directed at everyone affected by this tragedy,” said the Washington Football Team. Statement posted on TwitterThe team added that it is working with local governments “to collect more information.”
29-year-old Everett Played for the Washington Football Team After 2015.