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The wife of a top bullfighter looked on in horror as her husband was gored to death during a festival in eastern Span.  

 Victor Barrio, 29, from Segovia was fighting in Teruel, Aragon in eastern Spain when the bull speared him through the chest. 

His wife, Raquel Sanz, 32, was in the crowd, having organised a group of supporters from their home town to attend the event.

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This is the moment top Spanish Matador Victor Barrio is gored by a bull yesterday  in Teruel, Aragon 

The bull, named Lorenzo, speared Barrio through the chest, puncturing his lung and severing his aorta  

Barrio's colleagues attempted to distract the bull so they could carrying him from the ring  for treatment 

Barrio's wife, Raquel Sanz, pictured, was in the crowd watching the horrific incident with friends 

Ms Sanz, who married Barrio in 2014, was said to be 'devastated' as she saw her husband lying motionless on the ground, according to El Espanol.

The matador was taken to hospital unconscious but doctors could not do 'anything' to resuscitate him and save his life. 

He rolled to the ground in a painful somersault after the 87 stone beast caught him while he tried to deflect it with 'muletazo' manoeuvre, reports La Razon.es.

An initial medical report conducted by Dr Ana Cristina Martinez Utrillas confirmed Barrio suffered devastating injuries as a result of the bull attack. 

The report said Barrio was gored in the right chest and was in cardiac arrest by the time he was in hospital. 

He underwent immediate resuscitation and was intubated. He also was given an emergency tracheotomy to allow him to breathe. 

Barrio was rushed to hospital unconscious but doctors were unable to save his life due to his injuries 

However, the bull had speared Barrio through the lung and severed an aorta in his chest carrying oxygenated blood around his body. 

There was also damage around his heart.   

The Los Maños bred bull, named Lorenzo, had reportedly been struggling but caught the showman off guard after a gust of wind affected his waving of the crutch.

The matador met his match at the annual festival named Feria del Ángel, reports El Mundo.  

The horrific goring was shown live on TV, and viewers have uploaded footage of the scene on social media.

After going into cardiac arrest in the hospital there was no hope for Barrio, who died of a fatal goring with a perforation of the lung and thoracic aorta.

Barrio, 29, left, and his wife Raquel, right were married in 2014 and she witnessed his brutal death 

In his final tweet on July 4, Barrio posted a picture of him in training, writing: 'With the mind set on Teruel.'

During bullfights the matador takes the lead role in killing the animal, usually clad in the opulent red and gold 'traje de luces' (suit of lights).

Now the lineage of Lorenzo the bull is set to end. As tradition dictates, the rancher will send his mother cow to the slaughterhouse, reports Cultura.  

Although deaths from Spain's famous bull runs are relatively common, with up to around 10 deaths recorded each year, worldwide the last matador death was in 1985.

In that incident Columbia's Jose Eslava Caceres was trapped against the boards before his lungs were pierced by the bull's horns.

The last matador deaths in Spain were Francisco Rivera Paquirri in Córdoba, 1984, and Jose Cubero Yiyo in Madrid, 1985. 

Two bandilleros, Manolo Montoliú and Ramon Soto Vargas, who plant little flags with barbed points in the top of the bull’s shoulders, were also killed in the ring in 1992. 

Barrio was a trained professional and named the winner of San Isidro bullfighter by the Senior Club of Madrid.

Barrio's wife Raquel Sanz, pictured, was in the crowd and witnessed her husband's brutal death 

The couple, pictured here, married in 2014 and Ms Sanz is said to be 'devastated' by her husband's death

Barrio, pictured, right with his wife Raquel, centre, and her sister, left, died after being gored by the bull

In his final tweet on July 4, Barrio posted a picture of him in training, writing: 'With the mind set on Teruel'

Barrio was an award winning matador, but also a relative newcomer to the sport having previously worked on a golf course. Pictured left from 2015. Right picture shows the fight the claimed his life

Ms Sanz, 32, posted a message less than a week before the tragedy advertising a coach trip locals were organising to Teruel which included a lunch and tickets to the bullfight which formed part of an annual festival in the town called the Feria del Angel.

The festival coincides with another world-famous one, the ongoing San Fermin or Running of the Bulls festival in Pamplona.

She said: 'Have you got plans for next Saturday, July 9? Come to Teruel. Their annual festival is very famous and they compete, and not only in respect of dates, with San Fermin.

'And to cap it all Victor Barrio is taking part.'

In her last Facebook post, on July 7, she also raved at the fact San Fermin was starting again, joking: 'I’m going to play the lottery today, which is dedicated to the fiesta. Let’s see if I can get away to see it.'

Ms Sanz, a journalist who married her husband in 2014, narrowly missed out in her bid to become mayoress of Sepulveda in municipal elections last year.

She served as deputy mayoress following her PP’s party pact with the governing left-wing PSOE party until their agreement came to an end earlier this year.

The town hall offered its condolences in a message it posted on its website today, saying: 'Sepulveda’s town hall and its staff offer their deep condolences over the death of the matador and resident of this town Victor Barrio.

'It also offers its condolences to his widow Raquel Sanz, member of this municipal corporation, to his parents and to the rest of his family.

'Sepulveda will remember you always.'

Ms Sanz retweeted a message of condolence from Spanish PM Mariano Rajoy on her Twitter in the early hours of this morning.

She also retweeted a warning message from a TV station dedicated to bullfighting which asked supporters of the blood sport to alert them to offensive messages on social media.

A medical report found Barrio suffered a punctured lung and a severed aorta as the bull gored him

It followed a flood of messages from opponents of bullfighting on places like Twitter rejoicing at Victor Barrio’s death.

One, Jona Weinhofen, wrote: 'He obviously hasn’t heard the saying, "You Mess with the Bull, you get the horns." Zero sympathy, thank you Karma.'

Barrio, who became a fully-qualified bullfighter in 2012, died moments after being rushed to a field hospital by the side of the bullring after being gored yesterday afternoon.

His death was the first of a matador this century in Spain in a bullring.

Two matadors died in the eighties, including the famous Francisco Rivera.

Two bandilleros, who plant little flags with barbed points in the top of the bull’s shoulders, were killed in the ring in 1992.

The bullfight was suspended after the incident, which was broadcast live on Spanish television.

Barrio became a bullfighter relatively late in life after working on a golf course.

The showman made the decision to become a bullfighter at the age of 20.

He once said: 'I had always felt a great admiration for bullfighters and the festival, but I was ashamed to say I wanted to be a bullfighter and a hero, as I saw them.'

The team behind the Las Ventas bull ring in Madrid, where Barrio began as an apprentice, wrote on their Twitter feed that they were 'distressed an very moved' by the death.

'All of us send our condolences this team to family and friends,' they commented. 

While the matador nearly always survives during shows, the bull dies practically every time expect after exceptional performances where the animal's life is spared.

After the tragedy the festival was suspended. 

Víctor Barrio trended worldwide on Saturday night as news of the shock death poured in.

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy shared his sympathies on Twitter, and Spanish politician Cristina Cifuentes wrote:  'All my love to your family and friends. DEP'

And while many others expressed their condolences, some were unsympathetic due to the cruel nature of the sport.  

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy posted his sympathies to the family of Barrio, who died in Teruel

Spanish politician Cristina Cifuentes, President of the Community of Madrid, tweeted her sympathies

But many online were not as unsympathetic due to the cruel nature of the sport, calling for it to be banned

On Twitter many complained that bull fighting is barbaric suggesting the death should lead to a clamp down

While the matador nearly always survives, the bull dies practically every time save rare instances in shows

Spanish man, 28, dies after being gored in the chest during annual bull run festival 

The tragic death of Barrio comes on the same day a man died in a bull-run near the southern Spanish town of Alicante, a three hour drive north of Teruel.

The deadly incident occurred about 1 a.m. Saturday during late-night festivities in the small village of Pedreguera. The Red Cross says the bull gored the 28-year-old man through the chest and stomach.

He was taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital, where attempts to revive him were unsuccessful. The man was pronounced dead about an hour later.

Spanish bullfighter Francisco Marco is gored by his first bull during a bullfight in Pamplona on 09 July

Marque was tossed over by the bull as he went in for the kill in the 'Fiesta de San Fermin' in the town

Deaths and injuries resulting from bull runs are far more common than when trained professionals or matador's get hurt.

At least 10 people were fatally gored in Spain in 2015 alone, reports the Guardian.

The best-known running of the bulls is held each year in Pamplona, close to Pedreguera, but many similar events are held across many municipalities.

In the infamous hotspot this summer at least one man was gored and seven other runners injured in an unusual third-day running of the bulls.

A 33-year-old Japanese man was reportedly struck in the chest and a 24-year-old Spaniard hit in the arm.

Hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world attend the fiesta in Pamplona every year

One of the six bulls used in the run on Saturday was late coming out of the gate. Another got separated from the pack early in the race, did a U-turn and gored a nearby runner, lifting his body off the ground and creating moments of fear and tension. Once the bull gained steam again, he was harassed by runners on his way to the bull ring.

More than 1,000 people took part in the run, which lasted just over four minutes, about 1 ½ times longer than usual.

Navarra Hospital has confirmed that one man was gored in the chest but said his condition was considered stable and seven others were injured in falls and suffered cuts.

The best-known running of the bulls is held each year in Pamplona, where revellers sprint for their lives

Falls were frequent and hair-raisingly dangerous Saturday among participants, who packed the narrow streets. Bulls also tripped over themselves on the slippery stone-cobbled surface, as curves tightened and running lanes were scarcer as the race progressed.

Bull runs are a traditional part of summer festivals across Spain. The nine-day San Fermin fiesta became world famous with Ernest Hemingway's 1926 novel 'The Sun Also Rises' and attracts thousands of foreign tourists.

Ten people, including four Americans, were gored in the San Fermin festival last year. In all, 15 people have died from gorings in the festival since record-keeping began in 1924.

Bulls run through the Mercaderes bend at the Festival of San Fermin 2016 in Pamplona 

In the Pamplona hotspot at least one man was gored and seven other runners injured in an unusual third-day running of the bulls

 


Источник: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3682545/Horror-Spanish-bullfighter-V-ctor-Barrio-gored-death-ring-stunned-crowd.html


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