Iranian People Queue Up to Donate Blood for Quake Victims

Dozens of people in various Iranian cities, particularly Tehran and Shiraz, have queued up to donate their blood for those injured in the Sunday night’s earthquake.

The deadly quake, measuring 7.3 on the Richter scale, has so far killed 387 people and wounded nearly 6,000, mostly in the Western province of Kermanshah.

The following photos retrieved from IRNA show people have queued up to donate their blood for those wounded in the quake:

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