The creator of Yu-Gi-Oh died saving people from a deadly riptide

Posted on October 12, 2022

A few months earlier, we heard about Kazuki Takuhashi’s sudden death.A man behind Yu-Gi-Oh.His death was then officially excluded as drowning, but the new report revealed heroic deeds for which he had not previously been recognized.

Recently, an American military official talked to The Stars and Stripes and gave some details.A major officer Robert Bourgeau was there in the mermaid cave there, instructed two beginner swimmers that day.Bourgeau saw a Japanese mother pointing to his daughter and an American soldier, both caught in the drain.

According to the report, the outflow was already dangerous enough, but two -meter waves striking in it created a vortex effect and quickly began to draw in trapped swimmers.It made swimming and escape very difficult.After they called for help, Bourgeau and the second student entered the water.Fortunately, Bourgeau took the girl and mother to a safe place.


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In addition, Bourgeau said that he would return to the soldier after a successful handling of the ladies to the surface.But he was exhausted, trying to get them out of the vortex, and now he was unable to return and save the soldier.Although Takahashi entered to help during the rescue operation, the witnesses “saw him flashes until he disappeared under the waves,” according to many testimonies of sworn witnesses from the army.

Although in the end all three were terrified.Swimmers, together with Bourgeau and his students, escaped to a safe place, despite the claims that they were threatened with direct danger of drowning because of smart currents.However, Takahashi disappeared without a trace, and his corpse was not discovered for the next three days.Fans will never forget Takahashi for introducing us to the groundbreaking Manga series, anime and video games from 1996 Yu-Gi-Oh!According to the Bourgeau interview with Stars & Stripes, he praised Takahashi’s efforts, saying that he was a hero who gave his life to save others.