A fighting bull has gored two men and tossed several other people intro the air in the fourth day of the annual running of the bulls at Spain's San Fermin festival in Pampalona.
Two Spanish men were gored in the leg, and another five people were taken to hospital with minor injuries after this morning's dash.
The gorings were caused by one bull that raced ahead of the rest of the pack, causing pandemonium among the assembled crowds of runners.
Every year thousands of tourists flock to the small town to take part in the festival, which involves runners wearing red and white clothing lining up early in the morning and being chased by six bulls that are then killed in the afternoon, and copious amounts of alcohol.
Dozens are injured every year, normally from falls in the crowd due to the vast volume of runners and watchers.
Fifteen people have died from gorings since record-keeping began in 1924.