By Rita Sobot and Jack Newman For Mailonline
Published: 09:02 BST, 18 October 2019 | Updated: 09:04 BST, 18 October 2019
A Spanish bullfighter has suffered 'cataclysmic' injuries after being gored twice during a fiesta, giving him three heart attacks.
A bull tore into Mariano De La Vina, 57, leaving him with a 27cm wound through his groin, severing his femoral artery, and another 22cm tear between his rectum and bladder, severing another vital artery.
De la Vina was taking part in the El Pilar fair when he was charged by the bull which knocked him to the floor, gored him, lifted him into the air and dragged him across the bullring before attacking him for the second time.
Mariano De La Vina, 57, has been gored twice by a bull, leaving him with two massive tears and giving him three heart attacks
Family and friends say it is a 'miracle' that he is still alive after reportedly suffering three cardiac arrests because of the severity of the injuries he received in the Plaza de