A traveler in a vehicle driven by Washington Football Team security Deshazor Everett was killed when the vehicle banged into a few trees and turned over, specialists said.
The traveler Olivia S. Peters, 29, of Las Vegas kicked the bucket at an emergency clinic later Thursday night’s accident along a street close to Aldie, Virginia, as per the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.
Everett, 29, of Brambleton, Va., was being treated at a clinic for wounds that were significant yet not dangerous, as indicated by a group proclamation.
Our musings and petitions are with each and every individual who has been impacted by this misfortune, the group articulation says. Our group has cautioned the association office and is working with neighborhood specialists as we keep on get-together more data.
The reason for the accident stayed being scrutinized on Friday. No charges were promptly documented, said sheriff’s office representative Kraig Troxell.
Everett, an extraordinary groups chief in 2018, is in his seventh season for Washington. He was set in the group’s hold/non-football injury list.
He has two vocation block attempts. He has played in 14 games this season, making five performance handles and helping on five others.
“The main thing I need to say is that I was exceptionally disheartened to hear the news, Washington mentor Ron Rivera said Friday. My considerations and petitions go out to the group of the young woman and furthermore go out to Deshazor and his family also. It’s an extremely challenging circumstance and we’ll release things on and let the police and the examination go through and discover what occurred.