Two Teachers at De Hoop Primary School Die in Tragic Car Accident in Namibia

This weekend family, friends and the Somerset West Community especially pupils of De Hoop Primary School are in shock at the loss of two beautiful teachers of De Hoop Primary School due to a car accident in Keetmanshoop, outside of Windhoek Namibia.


Wilanre de Klerk Teacher at De Hoop Primary


Lauren Kay Barnard Teacher at De Hoop Primary.

Jacques Barnard also a grade 6 Teacher at De Hoop Primary is in critical condition in a hospital in Windhoek. Richard Barnard was also injured but is not critical.

Our deepest condolences to the family, friends, staff and pupils at De Hoop Primary.

16 comments:

  1. So so sorry to read about this- deepest sympathy to their beloved ones- what beautiful young and vibrant lives lost to us but heaven's has gained two angels!

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  3. Vreeslik harasser. Sulked pragtige mense!

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  4. Vreeslik harasser. Sulked pragtige mense!

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  5. Heart breaking! Our deepest sympathy with their friends & family. May their souls RIP. Zenna Grove

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  6. My daughter chatted to Mrs Barnard the day before they left. She was so excited about the future and all that they had in store. Its a devastating loss for all! Condolences to all friends and family.

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  7. Ons innnige meegevoel aan hul families.

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  8. Wat het presies gebeur? Ons lees niks daarvan in ons nuusblaaie nie. Baie jammer vir die families!

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    1. Hul motor het blykbaar gerol, hier is 'n link: http://www.lelamobile.com/content/61334/Two-South-African-tourists-die-on-Keetmanshoop-Grunau-road/

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  9. Two young lives cut so tragically short.Condolences to both families.We pray for recovery of the 2 Barnards in hospital.

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  10. Deepest condolences to the families of the deceased teachers. May God give them strength at this time. A speedy recovery to those in hospital. Thinking of the staff and principal, Mr. Cillie.

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  11. Deepest condolences to the families of the deceased teachers. May God give them strength at this time. A speedy recovery to those in hospital. Thinking of the staff and principal, Mr. Cillie.

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  12. MAY THEIR SOULS REST IN PEACE DEEPEST CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILIES!!!!!!!!

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  13. My innigste en diepste simpatie met die familie se groot verlies. Bid vir oorvloedige krag en troos. Baie sterkte vir julle arme mense. Wees gerus...dat hulle nou in God se koningkryk is...en die voorreg het om hulle Vader te ontmoet.

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  14. Baie hartseer en innige simpatie aan die families. Die mens wik, maar God beskik. God praat ook mmet ons deur hierdie tragiese gebeurtenis en daarom moet ons sorg dat ons wat nog in lewe is, geredde mense moet wees. Sterkte aan almal.

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