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The ‘Running Of The Bulls’ Tradition Lives On [VIDEO]

Having been chased by one bull as a child, I know one really has to be a thrill seeker, and ether very foolish or very brave to take part in this annual tradition.  The running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain is now underway.

Thousands participate in the 9 day festival where people run amongst several fight bulls.  Organizers say only 4 people were injured in the first day’s run, which lasted about 4 minutes.  It was stopped when one of the bulls became disoriented, turned around and charged the participants.   Fifteen people have died in this event since 1924 when officials began keeping  track. 

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