Three Men Gored At Running Of The Bulls Festival In Spain
Three men have been gored by bulls amid the opening keep running of Pamplona's bull-running celebration.
The yearly celebration generally observes around 2,000 members, wearing white and wearing red neck scarves, sprint away from a dozen bulls. The occasion goes on for only a couple of minutes – as per rule usually in three and six. Three men have been gored by bulls amid the opening keep running of Pamplona’s bull-running celebration.
This year, during the 875-meter go through the northern Spanish city of Pamplona, two men from the United States, aged 29 and 35, and a 46-year-old from Navarra in Spain were gored by the bulls.
A fourth man was also reportedly injured.
One of the men was gotten by a bull’s horns in the thorax and another in the scrotum, the Red Cross said.
The bulls were from a cattle breeder in Andalucia, well known for raising perilous animals which are always responsible for wounds at the celebration.