An annual amateur bullfighting competition in Colombia leaves 19 people injured after being gored by the bull.
The local bullfight in the Andean community is known as a "corraleja" and takes place at the start of October every year, it is reported to have been an annual event in the municipality since 1920.
Amateur matadors are permitted to jump into the ring and taunt the bulls and many participants who go into the ring find themselves gored by bulls' horns.
No deaths have been reported this year, but, spectators have been killed in previous years.
There have been calls for an end to the event, bullfighter David Gonzalez said it was a local tradition.
"There is some intrigue with the tradition and it cannot end," said Gonzalez.