Virginia Police are looking into the wreckage of an accident in which Deshazor Everett and his girlfriend collided against a tree. 

According to TMZ Everett (29), was driving a Nissan GT-R 2010 with a top speed 200 mph. His passenger Olivia S. Peters, 29, of Las Vegas.

There have not been any arrests and charges as yet. Alcohol isn’t thought to be an issue, but authorities are continuing their investigation into the incident.

Peters was taken by ambulance to the local hospital where she was declared dead.

According to media outlets, Everett was transported to another hospital in the area. There he remains as of Friday. 

Although his injuries may be life-threatening, they are not serious. 

Washington Football Team safety Deshazor Everett, at a preseason game against the Cincinnati Bengals at FedExField on August 20

The outlet reported that Everett, pictured, was also transported to an area hospital, where he remained as of Friday

Deshazor Everett of the Washington Football Team was killed in a crash that his car caused after it crashed into a Virginia tree Thursday night.

Before the crash, Everett's girlfriend, Olivia, 29, of Las Vegas, was the founder and owner of OSP Therapy in Las Vegas, according to her Facebook profile

Olivia, a 29-year old girlfriend from Las Vegas was, according to her Facebook profile, the founder of OSP Therapy.

Everett signed as an undrafted free agent with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2015 before joining Washington that same year

Everett was an undrafted-free agent signed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, before joining Washington in 2015.

Everett played college football at Texas A&M before being drafted by the NFL in 2015

Everett played college football at Texas A&M before being drafted by the NFL in 2015

Everett, 29, was driving a 2010 Nissan GT-R, pictured, which has a top speed of 193 mph, along with his passenger, 29-year-old Olivia S. Peters of Las Vegas

Everett was 29 years old and drove a Nissan GT-R 2010 with Olivia S. Peters (29-year-old from Las Vegas).

Olivia Everett, Olivia’s girlfriend was founder and owner OSP Therapy in Las Vegas according to her profile on Facebook.

She wrote that she aimed to help children develop independence and a sense for themselves. We help children to develop skills that will occupy their time in the home and in the community.

Olivia graduated from Our Lady Of Good Counsel High School in 2010. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of South Carolina and her master’s at Shenandoah University in occupational therapy.

Meanwhile, Everett played college football at Texas A&M, and signed as an undrafted free agent with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2015 before joining Washington that same year.

The Washington Football Team (formerly the Washington Redskins) released a statement Friday regarding the crash. 

“We send our deepest condolences to all the families and friends that have lost a dear one.” 

Our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by the tragedy. The league office has been notified by our team and we are working closely with the local authorities.

Everett was the second NFL player to be featured for his involvement in a fatal car accident. 

On Friday, the Washington Football Team, formerly known as the Washington Redskins, released a statement on the crash, pictured above

The Washington Football Team (formerly the Washington Redskins) released Friday’s statement regarding the crash.

Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III is taken out of the courtroom in a wheelchair after making an initial appearance in Las Vegas Justice Court

Henry Ruggs III of Las Vegas Raiders is being taken from the courtroom by a wheelchair, after his initial appearance before Las Vegas Justice Court.

A Chevrolet Corvette owned by now-former Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III is shown on a flatbed truck after a fatal crash on South Rainbow Boulevard between Tropicana Avenue and Flamingo Road in Las Vegas

Henry Ruggs III, a former wide receiver for the Las Vegas Raiders, is shown here on a flatbed pickup after his fatal accident on South Rainbow Boulevard. The crash occurred between Tropicana Avenue in Las Vegas and Flamingo Road.

Ruggs's Corvette is seen after the fiery car crash that left a 23-year-old woman dead

Ruggs’ Corvette after the fiery accident that killed a 23 year-old woman is shown  

According to police, Henry Ruggs III (former wide receiver for the Las Vegas Raiders) had twice the legal blood alcohol limit in Nevada. He was driving 156 mph at the time of the crash which killed another driver and left the girlfriend of the NFL’s star player seriously injured.

The victim was identified by police as Tina Tintor, 23 years old.

Ruggs’s photo was made shortly after the accident and shows Ruggs with a neck brace, as well as a cut on his nose. His first hearing was his in wheelchair.

Ruggs, 22 years old, was dropped by the team just hours before his first court appearance in the felony cases of reckless driving. 

Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson said that he could be sentenced to anywhere from two to 46 years prison if convicted.

Ruggs might also face charges related to a handgun that was allegedly discovered by police on Rugg’s Corvette driver’s side.