Six hurt, three badly, on first day of San Fermin

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7 July 2006, PAMPLONA — Six people were injured on Friday, three seriously, on the first day of the annual Running of the Bulls festival of San Fermin.

7 July 2006

PAMPLONA — Six people were injured on Friday, three seriously, on the first day of the annual Running of the Bulls festival of San Fermin.

McDell Toby, 25, from New Zealand, was hit by a bull and has had to undergo surgery.

Ramón Garayoa, 46, from Pamplona, suffered a cranial traumatism and a thorax injury.

Pedro Delgado Muñoz, 28, from Navarre, northern Spain, was butted in the head and suffered possible respiratory problems.

Francisco Javier Muñoz Aguado, 48, from Pamplona, suffered a fractured ankle; Thomas de Miranda, 26, from Britain, suffered a suspected broken wrist, and Frank Walsh, 44, from New York, suffered a fractured cheek bone owing to a fall.

They were all hit by bulls on the first day of the festival which attracts hundreds from all over the world.

[Copyright EFE with Expatica]

Subject: Spanish news

 

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