US Major: Yu-Gi-Oh creator hero who died trying to save people in Riptide

USA Major: Yu-Gi-Oh Creator Hero who died trying to save people in Riptide

, author: Danica Davidson on October 12, 2022.

The creator of Yu-Gi-Oh, Kazuki Takahashi, died at sea in July last year, and the autopsy showed that the cause of death was drowning.Now Stars and Stripes, a source of message addressed to members of the American military community, says that he seems to be killed by trying to save others from drowning.

Major Robert Bourgeau, deputy operational officer of the 10th Support Group at Torii W Yomitan noticed a woman, her 11-year-old daughter and American soldier caught during a great tide.They were about 100 yards from the shore.

When an ambulance was called, Bourgeau jumped into the water himself.

“I caught my mother, caught [the girl] and simply kicked for life,” said Stars and Stripes.

When he was in the middle of this, many students from Bourgeau saw Takhashi also tried to help people.In all this chaos, Sam Bourgeau did not see Takahashi.

“You often play this game” What would happen if, “Bourgeau noted.”This guy had a huge impact on the world.”

Although he almost drowned, Bourgeau saved a woman, her daughter and soldier.Stars and Stripes described him as worried that he did not see Takahashi and therefore he was unable to help him on time.

Bureau did not pick up words about his admiration for Takahashi.”He is a hero.He died trying to save someone else. ”

For his actions of the survival of three people, Bourgeau was nominated for a soldier’s

described the medal in this way

: “The performance had to be associated with a personal threat or danger and a voluntary risk of living in conditions not related to the conflict with an armed enemy.”

Takahashi, whose real name was Kazuo Takahashi, died at the age of 60.The world-loved YU-Gi-Oh series.


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