Spain loves their traditions, no matter if they involve being trampled by a stampede of fighting bulls. The Red Cross has reported at least 10 injured in the country's annual San Fermin festival in Pamplona, where thousands of adrenaline junkies flock to watch or participate in the running of the bulls. Injuries included dislocated joints and head traumas as a result of falling or being knocked over by half-ton bulls. Two people have been gored, including an Australian man on Friday whose right thigh was perforated after he taunted one of the bulls. The most recent death occurred two years ago, when a Spaniard was gored in his neck, heart, and lungs as tourists watched aghast.