Widow in accident after visiting her late husband’s grave-site

A Windhoek resident, who attended a bike rally at the coast over the weekend, was seriously injured when he fell with his bike on the B2 coastal road near Patrysberg on Saturday afternoon.

Willem Basson was traveling with his motorbike from Walvis Bay to Swakopmund, when he lost control of the machine on a slippery road surface.
His bike hit an oncoming vehicle driven by Mrs Carol-Anne Möller, who was traveling from Swakopmund to Walvis Bay.
Basson sustained a serious leg-injury and was in the meantime transferred to the Roman Catholic Hospital in Windhoek for specialist medical treatment.
Mrs Möller’s daughter was slightly injured.
Namib Times learnt that Mrs. Möller and her two daughters visited her late husband, Mr Hans-Jörg Möller’s grave at the Swakopmund cemetery on Saturday.
Mr Möller was shot during a house robbery at his home in Walvis Bay on 17 June 2016 and died a day later in the Cottage MediClinic in Swakopmund. His widow Mrs Möller regularly visits his grave and on Saturday afternoon as she and her children and two workers returned to Walvis Bay after visiting the cemetery, the accident occurred.

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