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Three people gored on first day of Spanish bull-running festival

Reuters Sunday, 7 July 2019
Three people were gored and a further two people suffered head trauma during the first day of Spain's best-known bull-running festival in the northern town of Pamplona on Sunday, the Red Cross said.
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News video: Panic on first day of Spanish festival as bulls gore three people

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Three people were gored and a further two people suffered head trauma during the first day of Spain's best-known bull-running festival in the northern town of Pamplona on Sunday, the Red Cross said.

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