Flying bull causes chaos but few injuries at San Fermín Festival
Miura madness as one beast defends reputation of Seville ranch
One bull sped off alone and caused chaos among the busy crowds at the second running of the bulls of this year’s San Fermín Festival in Pamplona on Sunday. Navajito, a bull from the renowned Eduardo Miura ranch in Seville, got a flyer and galloped free ahead of the herd at the start of the run, upending several runners (above) in a packed and lightning quick encierro of two minutes and 27 seconds.
Despite the scares, however, no gorings were reported and only two people — one from Madrid and one from Bizkaia — had to be taken to hospital after being trampled. The Sanfermines continue in the Navarrese city until next Saturday.