New Details on Fair Fiasco

By Dave Greber

August 27, 2012 Updated Aug 29, 2012 at 10:00 AM EDT

Harford Township, PA (WBNG Binghamton) Action News has learned that 14 people were injured last week when a bull ran loose at the Harford Fairgrounds. Some were hurt during their escape from the bull, while others were injured when they came in direct contact with the animal.

Pennsylvania State Police, which led the investigation, said 10 people were taken to area hospitals with injuries ranging from minor to moderate.

One of them was flown to Geisinger Medical Center, while four others have since reported minor injuries.

None of the injuries is believed to be serious, although their specific conditions were not released.

State Police have ruled the bulls' release as accidental.

The Harford Fair's website lists K-F Rough Stock and Rodeo as the contact.

It's a company owned by Ken Finch Junior of Harpursville, New York.