Two men were gored by a bull that broke away from the pack during the final running of the bulls at the San Fermin festival in Pamplona.

These photos show how the bull charged a runner wearing grey shorts, goring him in the leg and then chasing after him, trying to pin him against the barriers. The bull then turned his attention to another runner.

One of the injured runners has been identified as a 24-year-old Australian with the initials, JM. He was gored in the right thigh. The other runner is a 27-year-old Spaniard with the initials EGE. He suffered three horn wounds. Neither were in a serious condition. Five Spaniards were also hospitalised.

Fifteen people have died from gorings since record-keeping began in 1924.

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A man gets hit in the face by a bull's horn, while a runner in grey shorts is charged by a brown bullAFP
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The runner wearing grey shorts is lifted into the air as he is gored in the thigh by a bullReuters
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The bull continues to chase the man in the grey shortswho now has a gaping thigh woundAFP
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The bull pins the man against a wall and tries to gore him againReuters
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The bull tries pin the runner in the grey shorts against a barrier and gore him againReuters
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The bull gores another runner in the leg and tosses him into the barrierAFP
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Bulls run over fallen participants during the last bull run of the San Fermin FestivalAFP
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A runner is trampled by a pack of black bulls at the entrance of the bullringReuters
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An medic tends to an injured female runner after she fell at the entrance of the bullringReuters