The Fiesta de San Fermín began today in Pamplona and the first bull run, lasting two and a half minutes, resulted in three people being injured, two of them seriously.
Four people needed hospital treatment after the third bull run at the San Fermin festival and they join several others already hospitalised after the earlier runs.
The sixth San Fermin bull run, which began at 08:00 this morning, was the longest, and probably the most dangerous yet, lasting around five minutes.
The fifth bull run at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona, one day after the tragic death of young Madrileño Daniel Jimeno Romero, passed without major incident or injuries.
The first bull run at San Fermin 2009 was a (relatively) routine affair, if running along with a herd of huge bulls can be considered as ‘routine’.
A 27 year old man died in hospital after being gored by one of the bulls during the bull running at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona.
The San Fermin festival is underway in Pamplona but, even before the traditional bull running, the casualty list was one dead and more than 100 injured.