I assume the “steering” light is a power steering system warning. That being the case, all of these lights could be attributable to a left front corner accident.
You have a wheel speed sensor, a tire pressure sensor, brake components, a steering link from the rack to the steeering arm, as well as ball joints etc.
You also have transmission linkage that may have been affected, as well as a lockout circuit. The lockout circuit does not allow you to shift out of park unless the brake pedal is depressed. The sensor is at the brake pedal, the lockout mechanicals are in the tranny, but the relay is, I believe, in the relay box behind the left front fender.
I think your accident damaged more than your headlight. I suspect you camaged some left front corner mechanical components including the speed sensor, the tire pressure sensor, and perhaps a power steering link or rack and maybe even a ball joint. I also suspect you damaged the lockout relay.
A qualified shop needs to look this over carefully. Consider this unsafe to drive until you’ve had it evaluated.
Oh, and that “override” is only for emergency situations. You can do damage by using it.