There has been an abundance of bloodshed on day six of Spain’s San Fermin festival in Pamplona, with bulls goring four people. Two of them are seriously hurt. On Friday a man was gored to death at the annual bull run, seen as a symbol of Spanish culture. Many foreign tourists take part in an event made famous by the work of writer Ernest Hemingway. But the 27-year-old killed last week as well as those badly injured today were Spanish. One of the latest casualties was gored in the neck, the other in the chest and legs.