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19 June 2017, 02:41 | Israel Caldwell
Spanish bullfighter dies after being gored
Ivan Fandino, 36, died on Saturday (17 June) as he was rushed to hospital reportedly suffering a heart attack, a result of a serious lung injury sustained from the bull. Fandino had already competed in bullfights earlier in the day.
Fandino stumbled after tripping on a cape used in a turn to engage and distract the specially-bred fighting bull, and the animal then pierced the matador's side with one of his horns, EFE said.
Spanish bullfighterIvan Fandino performs after drives a sword into a bull to kill during San Isidro's bullfighting fair at Madrid's Las Ventas bullring, Spain, May 18, 2017.
Horrific photos show Fandino being tossed into the air by the enraged animal, which also suffered brutal wounds in the ring.
A shocked colleague said: "It's a tragedy". None of us understand how it could have happened; it was all so fast.
The famous matador, husband and father has fought hundreds of bulls during his professional 12-year career.
The matador was taking part in the Aire-sur-l'Adour bullfighting festival near Pau in the south-west of the country.
According to the League Against Cruel Sports, each year tens of thousands of bulls are maimed, tortured and killed for entertainment in Spain, Portugal, France, Colombia, Mexico, USA, Venezuela, Ecuador and Peru.
He was the first Spanish matador to die in the arena since 1992.
Nevertheless, the sport is a protected tradition in parts of southern France.
Fandino wanted to become a bullfighter from the age of 14 and made his debut in 2005.
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