PAMPLONA, Spain (CBS/EVN/TVE) - Sunday was the second day of the running of the bulls at the annual San Fermin festival, through the streets of the northern Spanish city of Pamplona, with bulls of Seville livestock Dolores Aguirre.
The Dolores Aguirre bulls featured in a very fast running of the bulls (2 min. 27 sec.), with lots of trip-ups and falls, above all in Estafeta, but there have been no gorings and just four injured runners.
The first part of the course was swiftly covered without any notable incidents. On arriving at the corner of the entrance to Estafeta Street they stampeded over several runners who had fallen to the ground, but they did not cause any wounds with their horns.
The most dangerous moment was caused by one of the bell-oxen which had turned back in the middle of the course. Today racing has been less crowded than Sunday, as it coincided with the start of the Festival.