Agence France-PresseJuly 12, 2013 04:32
Three men were gored by half-tonne bulls as they raced through Spain's northern city of Pamplona, the bloodiest run of this year's celebrated San Fermin festival.
The three runners, a 20-year-old American and two Spaniards aged 31 and 42, were all raced to hospital.
The extent of their injuries, the first gorings of this year's festival, was not immediately known, a Navarra hospital spokesman said.
Another three people, including a 48-year-old American, were taken to hospital with injuries suffered in falls during the sixth bull run of the hugely popular festival.