Templer wrote in a story on The Guardian that he had taken clients out with three apprentice guides when his group was attacked by a hippo.
“There was a cluster of rocks nearby and I yelled at the nearest apprentice to guide everyone there, to safety. Then I turned my boat and paddled furiously towards Evans,” Templer wrote.
“I reached over to grab his outstretched hand but as our fingers were about to touch, I was engulfed in darkness. There was no transition at all, no sense of approaching danger. It was as if I had suddenly gone blind and deaf.”
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