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Pamplona bull run sends three more to hospital

Half-tonne fighting bulls thundered into and knocked over daredevils on a break-neck bull run through the cobbled streets of Spain's northern city of Pamplona on Wednesday that sent three men to hospital. No one was gored but three Spaniards, aged 24, 27 and 32, suffered bruises in falls and were taken to hospital, regional health officials said. Dozens of other runners were treated at the scene for scrapes and other more minor injuries.

Pamplona bull run sends three more to hospital

Half-tonne fighting bulls thundered into and knocked over daredevils on a break-neck bull through the cobbled streets of Spain's northern city of Pamplona on Wednesday that sent three men to hospital. No one was gored but three Spaniards, aged 24, 27 and 32, suffered bruises in falls and were taken to hospital, regional health officials said. Dozens of other runners were treated at the scene for scrapes and other more minor injuries.

Third running of bulls comes off cleanly in Pamplona

Pamplona, Spain, Jul 9 (EFE).- The bulls from the Valdefresno estate in Salamanca were the featured attraction Tuesday of the third running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in the northern Spanish city of Pamplona, where one of the animals strayed from the herd but no injuries were reported. The bulls from Salamanca replaced the Cebada Gago ranch's animals, which were rejected by veterinarians just days before the start of the festival.

Two injured in Pamplona bull run

Thrill-seekers fled six half-tonne fighting bulls and six steers thundering through the cobbled streets of Spain's northern city of Pamplona on Tuesday in a mad dash that sent two men to hospital and left one animal dead. The two injured men, Spaniards aged 30 and 47, suffered bruises in falls and were taken to hospital for treatment after the third bull run of the annual San Fermin festival, regional health officials said.

Two injured in Pamplona bull run

Thrill-seekers tumbled into each other in a scramble to escape six half-tonne fighting bulls thundering through the cobbled streets of Spain's northern city of Pamplona on Tuesday in a mad dash that sent two men to hospital. The two injured men, Spaniards aged 30 and 47, suffered bruises in falls and were taken to hospital for treatment after the third bull run of the annual San Fermin festival, regional health officials said.

Spain bull run draws thrill-seekers, the young and veterans

Young daredevils from around the world flock to Pamplona during the San Fermin bull running festival to join veteran locals in a mad dash through the cobbled streets of the Spanish city ahead of a pack of six fighting bulls. The nine-day festival draws tens of thousands of visitors, including many from Britain, Australia and the United States, with its mix of concerts, round-the-clock partying and religious processions. But the biggest draw is the daily bull run.

Bulls knock over runners in Pamplona injuring four

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.

No one hurt on 2nd day of Spain's running of the bulls

Pamplona, Spain, Jul 8 (EFE).- No one was injured Monday in the second running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in this northern Spanish city. It took the bulls less than 2 1/2 minutes to cross the 850-meter (approximately half-mile) distance from the Santo Domingo stockyard to the bullring. Monday saw a much smaller number of runners, as many of the tourists who crowded Pamplona for Saturday's start of the festival left town after the weekend. The event will continue through July 14.

Bulls knock over runners, four injured in Pamplona run

Half-tonne fighting bulls knocked over thrill-seekers Monday in a fast, adrenaline-fueled chase that left four injured in Spain's San Fermin festival. A firework set off the race, sending the six bulls and six steers thundering through cobbled streets to the bull ring of the northern city of Pamplona. 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.

Bulls knock over runners, 4 injured in Pamplona run

Half-tonne fighting bulls knocked over thrill-seekers Monday in a fast, adrenaline-charged chase that left four injured during Spain's San Fermin festival. A firework set off the race, releasing six black bulls and six steers to thunder through cobbled streets to the bull ring of the northern city of Pamplona. Thousands of people fled as the large, sharp-horned beasts charged along the winding 848.6-metre course in a quick two minutes and 25 seconds.
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