Not long to go ...
However amount of warnings are issued each year, there are some things that never seem to change. One supposes that everyone knows the rules and regulations... no touching the bulls... no calling to the bulls from behind...if you fall down, stay down... pay attention to what the "pastores" minders want...but unfortunately, these rulings are always ignored by some of the participants.
The problem lies in the fact that the running of the bulls is a highly dangerous event but some people don't seem to know this. Here, the runners are taking their lives in their hands. The young Australian man who got gored in the bullring yesterday could have ended up in a much worse state (the goring affected his artery and his superficial femoral vein). Particularly dangerous is the mixture of alcohol and bravura which means that each morning there are a lot of participants whose sense of responsibility is blurred. They can be funny at times as long as they don't put anyone's life in danger but they can also be downright dangerous when their actions do put the lives of others at risk.
However much people are reminded of the rules and regulations, it seems some things are inevitable and it is just sheer luck that there are not many more serious accidents than there actually are.