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A Spanish bull run came to a Chicago suburb this weekend as thousands turned out at a race track in Cicero, Illinois, on ...
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AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYCicero, Illinois (Chicago area) - 12 July 20141. Various of runners waiting for bulls, bulls storm past2. SOUNDBITE (English) Casey Ruiz, runner:"I saw the bulls running at me and it got my adrenaline pumped up. And it was just, game on." --butt to-- I didn't reach out and touch any of them, but they came super-close to me."3. Various of bulls, runners4. SOUNDBITE (English) Ray Laguit, runner:"When the first bull started running I was like, OK, they aren't running that fast, I can probably catch up and I can probably touch them. But then the third, the second and third just started running fast, and bigger bulls started coming and then I was just like, oh snap, I can't do this." 5. Various of bulls, runnersSTORYLINE:A Spanish bull run came to a Chicago suburb this weekend as thousands turned out at a race track in Cicero, Illinois, on Saturday.About 4,000 people had pre-registered to experience the thrill and fear of the tradition that's made Pamplona, Spain famous. Runners gathered at the Hawthorne Race Course for the event known as the Great Bull Run. Once inside the track, they weren't supposed to move until the bulls got closer, but many began to jump in fear as they saw the animals approaching."I saw the bulls running at me and it got my adrenaline pumped up. And it was just, game on," runner Casey Ruiz said.Some, however, ultimately decided it was best to get out of harm's way. "When the first bull started running I was like, OK, they aren't running that fast, I can probably catch up and I can probably touch them," said Ray Laguit. "But then the third, the second and third just started running fast, and bigger bulls started coming and then I was just like, oh snap, I can't do this."