Deshazor Everett crash victim Olivia Peters, 29, pictured after Washington Football Team star's accident as family mourn

PICTURES of the "brilliant and beautiful" woman who died in the car crash that also critically injured a Washington Football Team player were released along with a statement from her grieving family.

NFL safety Deshazor Everett was driving when his car reportedly hit some trees and flipped over, killing Olivia Peters, 29.

The young Las Vegas woman was rushed to hospital after the smash in Virginia, where tragically died from her injuries.

“Please hug your loved ones so tightly this holiday season,” read a tweet from ABC Houston reporter, Stefania Okolie.

“My dear.. Olivia Peters was the most beautiful human with a pure heart of gold. The pain I feel is far beyond heartache.”

Okolie described Olivia as her best friend, her sister “and now my Angel.”

A statement from Olivia’s family said that the loss has “devastated” them.

“Her passion and sole focus in life was treating special needs and underprivileged children.”

According to Olivia’s Facebook page, she was the founder and owner of OSP Therapy in Las Vegas.

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“We strive to give children independence in their daily life activities, as well as a sense of self,” she wrote.

“We assist children in developing skills that occupy their days in their home and community environment.”

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