A Scot was hurt in a Spanish bull-running festival that also left a US man nursing a sphincter injury.
The 20-year-old American man, named as Benjamin Miller, is out of intensive care and improving, a Spanish hospital has said.
He underwent a three-hour operation to repair damage to his thighs, sphincter and back muscles and is recovering in a hospital intensive care unit.
A spokesman for the Clinic Hospital in western Salamanca said that Mr Miller, from Georgia, is out of danger and not likely to have to undergo any further operations.
Mr Miller suffered several wounds, including a 16in (40cm) goring in the thigh, when he was caught by a fighting bull during a festival in the nearby town of Ciudad Rodrigo on Saturday.
Surgeon Enrique Crespo, who carried out a three-hour operation on Mr Miller, said: “It’s not the worst injury I’ve seen, but it’s the biggest goring wound I’ve ever had to operate on.”
Town councillor Pedro Munoz said two other unidentified men had suffered less serious goring injuries during Saturday’s events.
“One man from Scotland and a Spaniard from Salamanca were also injured,” Mr Munoz said.
Fiestas featuring bulls are common in Spain, and critics and aficionados alike agree that the events, which attract international audiences, are dangerous.
“Doctor Crespo is a world-renowned expert and we have a medically-equipped helicopter on standby every day of our annual fiesta,” Mr Munoz said.
He said somewhere between 45,000 and 50,000 people had been attracted over the weekend to this year’s four-day fiesta, which includes afternoon bullfights and bull-running events.