Six people were gored in a chaotic running of the bulls at Pamplona's San Fermin festival. Some of the bulls got separated from the pack and began charging anything in sight, creating many moments of fear and tension. Images show a runner pulling one bull away by the horn to prevent him goring a woman and a man who had fallen to the ground. Another beast was seen repeatedly tossing a man in the air before being lured away by other runners.

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More than 1,000 people took part in the second run of the festival, which lasted nearly six minutes, more than twice the normal running time.

The Red Cross, which tends the injured in the immediate aftermath of the runs, said six participants were gored. In a note on its Twitter account, the Red Cross said eight others were also taken to city hospitals for other injuries sustained in the run.