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Many Hurt When Bull Crashes Into Crowd

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A bull crashed through a protective wall and into the crowd at a bullfight, leaving one man dead of a heart attack and 20 injured.

Julian Martinez, 65, had a heart attack and died Sunday, a day after the bull came toward him in Vall d’Uixo, 25 miles north of Valencia, local media reported.

Most of those injured were discharged from the hospital with broken bones; two remained hospitalized in stable condition.

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