Six foreigners, including three Americans, were among seven people gored in a hair-raising second running of the bulls at Pamplona’s San Fermin festival, according to the Navarra regional government. A 58-year-old Spaniard identified only by the initials FLR., a 73-year-old South African man identified as MHO, and a Canadian aged 48 with the initials PCO were in serious condition, a statement said. The regional government said one American, 55 and identified by the initials PGO, and another aged 23 with the initials WRO were gored but their injuries were reported to be less serious. A third, a 46-year-old American with the initials JGO. and an Indian aged 26 with the initials NSO were also said to have suffered less serious injuries. The regional government said nine others were taken to city hospitals for injuries suffered during the run. Several of the six bulls used in the run became separated from the pack moments into the 8am run and began charging people in their way.