Every year, Pamplona celebrates the nine-day Festival of St. Fermin with the running of the bulls.
The eighth and final running of the bulls for 2014 was held July 14, with hundreds of people sprinting ahead of six bulls each weighing some 1,000 pounds. The regional government reported two Australians and a Spaniard were gored. Five Spaniards were hospitalized for other injuries.
Thousands of people were present for the first day of the running of the bulls. More than 3,500 police were patrolling the streets for security. Last year, several people were injured; 15 people have been killed at the festival since record-keeping began in 1924.
On the first run of the festival on July 7, four people were injured, including one person who was gored in the thigh.
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