Agence France-PresseJuly 8, 2013 16:31
Half-tonne fighting bulls knocked over thrill-seekers Monday in a fast, adrenaline-fuelled chase through the cobbled streets of Pamplona that left four injured in Spain's San Fermin festival.
Thousands of people fled as the sharp-horned beasts charged along the winding 848.6-metre (2,800-foot) course in a quick two minutes and 25 seconds.
"We did not realise how big they would be. They were massive. They once turned round and came back again. Oh my God, it was crazy, indescribable," said 25-year-old Scot Ellis of London, who was with a group of friends.