Wednesday's running of the bulls through the streets of Pamplona, Spain passes without any gorings, but medics help runners injured in falls.
(ROUGH CUT ONLY - NO REPORTER NARRATION) Dare-devils ran through the streets of Pamplona on Wednesday (July 11) on the fifth day of the city's famous 'running of the bulls'. The fiesta of San Fermin, the patron saint of Pamplona, is one of Spain's most famous fiestas which attracts tens of thousands of revellers from across Spain, as well as foreign tourists. Each year over 200 runners are injured in the bull run through the streets of Pamplona, mostly from falling. A small minority are less fortunate and are gored and trampled by the huge bulls. The fifth day of this year's festival passed off without serious injuries. Medics were seen attending to people in the crowds, but nobody was gored by the bulls.