16 February 2015

American College Student Seriously Injured By Spanish Bull During Festival

So your kid said he's visiting Europe to do what?!?!
Filed by A.F James MacArthur
17 February 2015

“It’s not the worst injury I've seen, but it’s the biggest goring wound I've ever had to operate on." Dr. Enrique Crespo, world reknown trauma surgeon.

Benjamin Mill will probably remember his trip to Spain with his frat boy buddies for the rest of his life.

Suffering wounds to his thigh, sphincter and back, the 20-year-old from Georgia underwent a three-hour long surgery after being savagely gored during Ciudad Rodrigo’s Carnaval del Toro, a Spanish 
bullfighting festival.

That's more than just his underwear the horn's digging under.




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