In the fourth of eight planned runs at Pamplona's San Fermin festival, six bulls charged along the 800-meter route leading to the bullring in just over two minutes with only one incident where a leading bull caught a man.
Emergency services were called to the cobblestone streets after the bulls had run past, however the severity of the injury was not immediately known.
Preliminary Red Cross information said one young man was gored in the leg and several offered suffered bruises and sprains.
The worst injury so far this year came on the opening day when an American man was left partially paralyzed in a side event after the run. He was thrown by one of five feisty young cows set free in the Pamplona bull ring for people to taunt and dodge, the AP reports.
Since record-keeping began in 1924, 13 people have been killed during the runs. The last death was in 1995.
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