Man gored and four others injured in latest Pamplona bull run

Another man is gored and four others are injured in latest Pamplona bull run a day after American was impaled through the leg

  • One person was gored in the arm and four others were treated for injuries on the sixth day of the festival
  • A runner had to be stretchered away after sustaining wounds from the rampaging bulls in Pamplona
  • In totaal, four people have been gored in the six runs held so far this year, with two more runs to be held
  • Another runner has been gored in the latest running of the bulls in Pamplona while several others have been injured at the San Fermin Festival in Spanje.

    This morning’s run, the sixth day of the controversial celebrations, saw one person gored in the arm a day after an American tourist was impaled through the leg.

    Spanish Red Cross spokesman Jose Aldaba said as well as the goring victim, medics treated four other people for bumps and bruises sustained in falls and pile-ups.

    A participant is struck by a bull during the "encierro" (bull-run) of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Noord-Spanje, vanoggend

    A participant is struck by a bull during the ‘encierro’ (bull-run) of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, Noord-Spanje, vanoggend

    Red Cross personnel attend to a man who was injured during the traditional running of the bulls as part of the San Fermin Festival

    Red Cross personnel attend to a man who was injured during the traditional running of the bulls as part of the San Fermin Festival

    This morning's run, the sixth day of the controversial celebrations, saw one person gored in the arm a day after an American tourist was impaled through the leg

    This morning’s run, the sixth day of the controversial celebrations, saw one person gored in the arm a day after an American tourist was impaled through the leg

    Spanish Red Cross spokesman Jose Aldaba said as well as the goring victim, medics treated four other people for bumps and bruises sustained in falls and pile-ups

    Spanish Red Cross spokesman Jose Aldaba said as well as the goring victim, medics treated four other people for bumps and bruises sustained in falls and pile-ups

    On each day of the festival six bulls are released at 8am to run from their corral through the narrow, cobbled streets of the old town

    On each day of the festival six bulls are released at 8am to run from their corral through the narrow, cobbled streets of the old town

    Alles, four people have been gored in the six runs held so far this year. The other three gorings happened on Monday

    Alles, four people have been gored in the six runs held so far this year. The other three gorings happened on Monday

    The bull-running fiesta is held annually from July 6 aan 14 in commemoration of the city's patron saint San Fermin

    The bull-running fiesta is held annually from July 6 aan 14 in commemoration of the city’s patron saint San Fermin

    One bull charged straight into the back of a young woman, knocking her to the ground before lifting another runner into the air and throwing him.

    Another runner was dragged along the ground for several meters by a bull whose horn was hooked into the back of his jersey.

    Alles, four people have been gored in the six runs held so far this year. The other three gorings happened on Monday.

    In the 8am runs, hundreds of runners, meestal mans, dash frantically ahead and alongside six fighting bulls as they charge along a route through the cobblestone streets of the northern city.

    The run finishes at Pamplona’s bullring, where later in the day the bulls are killed by professional bullfighters.

    Gister, a 29-year-old Spanish man was gored in the knee and two other men were gored inside the northern city’s bullring at the end of the run.

    In the 8am runs, hundreds of runners, meestal mans, dash frantically ahead and alongside six fighting bulls as they charge along a route through the cobblestone streets of the northern city

    In the 8am runs, hundreds of runners, meestal mans, dash frantically ahead and alongside six fighting bulls as they charge along a route through the cobblestone streets of the northern city

    The run finishes at Pamplona's bullring, where later in the day the bulls are killed by professional bullfighters

    The run finishes at Pamplona’s bullring, where later in the day the bulls are killed by professional bullfighters

    Gister, a 29-year-old Spanish man was gored in the knee and two other men were gored inside the northern city's bullring at the end of the run

    Gister, a 29-year-old Spanish man was gored in the knee and two other men were gored inside the northern city’s bullring at the end of the run

    The first goring of the festival so far this year happened on Saturday when a bull's horn stabbed a 39-year-old Spaniard in the buttocks

    The first goring of the festival so far this year happened on Saturday when a bull’s horn stabbed a 39-year-old Spaniard in the buttocks

    Sixteen people have died in the bull runs since 1910. The last death occurred in 2009 gored a 27-year-old Spaniard in the neck, heart and lungs

    Sixteen people have died in the bull runs since 1910. The last death occurred in 2009 gored a 27-year-old Spaniard in the neck, heart and lungs

    The nationally televised early morning runs are the highlight of the nine-day festival made world famous by Ernest Hemingway's 1926 novel The Sun Also Rises

    The nationally televised early morning runs are the highlight of the nine-day festival made world famous by Ernest Hemingway’s 1926 novel The Sun Also Rises

    A bull jumps over runners entering the bullring as revellers from around the world flock to Pamplona every year for nine days of uninterrupted partying

    A bull jumps over runners entering the bullring as revellers from around the world flock to Pamplona every year for nine days of uninterrupted partying

    One of them was a 25-year-old from Florida who was gored in his leg and the other is a 29-year-old Spaniard who was gored in the groin, dit het bygevoeg. Three other runners were taken to hospital for injuries sustained in falls during the run.

    The first goring of the festival so far this year happened on Saturday when a bull’s horn stabbed a 39-year-old Spaniard in the buttocks.

    Sixteen people have died in the bull runs since 1910. The last death occurred in 2009 gored a 27-year-old Spaniard in the neck, heart and lungs.

    His parents left a bouquet of flowers along the bull run route on Sunday on the 13th anniversary of his death.

    Tens of thousands of visitors go to the Pamplona festival, which was featured in Ernest Hemingway’s 1926 novel The Sun Also Rises.

    The adrenaline rush of the morning bull run is followed by partying throughout the day and night.

    Eight people were gored in 2019, the last festival before a two-year hiatus because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

    Tens of thousands of visitors go to the Pamplona festival, which was featured in Ernest Hemingway's 1926 novel The Sun Also Rises

    Tens of thousands of visitors go to the Pamplona festival, which was featured in Ernest Hemingway’s 1926 novel The Sun Also Rises

    The adrenaline rush of the morning bull run is followed by partying throughout the day and night

    The adrenaline rush of the morning bull run is followed by partying throughout the day and night

    Eight people were gored in 2019, the last festival before a two-year hiatus because of the Covid-19 pandemic

    Eight people were gored in 2019, the last festival before a two-year hiatus because of the Covid-19 pandemic

    The spectacle lasted just over three minutes as hundreds of runners, meestal mans, run frantically ahead and alongside six fighting bulls

    The spectacle lasted just over three minutes as hundreds of runners, meestal mans, run frantically ahead and alongside six fighting bulls

    Most people running in the event, who are called 'mozo's', traditionally wear white clothes and a scarf of red.

    Most people running in the event, who are called ‘mozo’s’, traditionally wear white clothes and a scarf of red.

    The two colours are picked to honour San Fermin - the white represents him being a saint and the red because he was martyred

    The two colours are picked to honour San Ferminthe white represents him being a saint and the red because he was martyred

    Runners who take part in the historic festival run directly in front of the bulls before trying to jump out of the way at the last minute without being injured - with varying success

    Runners who take part in the historic festival run directly in front of the bulls before trying to jump out of the way at the last minute without being injuredwith varying success

    The spectacle lasted just over three minutes as hundreds of runners, meestal mans, run frantically ahead and alongside six fighting bulls as they charge through the over an 929 yard course.

    Most people running in the event, who are called ‘mozo’s’, traditionally wear white clothes and a scarf of red. The two colours are picked to honour San Ferminthe white represents him being a saint and the red because he was martyred.

    Runners who take part in the historic festival run directly in front of the bulls before trying to jump out of the way at the last minute without being injuredwith varying success.

    The adrenaline rush of the morning bull run is followed by partying throughout the day and night.

    The running of the bulls in Pamplona is thought to date back to the 13th century, beginning as a way of clearing the streets for traders to get their bulls through the city, with the animals goaded on by locals and runners to reach the bullring.

    It is now the main event of the San Fermin festival, and a chance for thrill-seekers to test their courage by running alongside, Die dialoog vir hierdie 'wittelose wit persoon wat dit altyd verkeerd verstaan' het nie vir Olivia as 'n verrassing gekom nie, the bulls.

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