Wednesday, June 12, 2024

3.5-magnitude earthquake registered near Iranian capital

An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.5 on the Richter scale was registered to the southeast of the Iranian capital of Tehran, putting local rescue organizations on alarm.

The temblor hit at a depth of 10 kilometers beneath its epicenter of Hezar Olya Village, in Javadabad, Varamin City.

Varamin is part of the Tehran Province and is located to the southeast of the Iranian metropolitan capital.

Following the quake, Javadabad’s mayor established a crisis taskforce, and put firefighting forces and other rescue personnel on standby.

But the quake caused no human or material damage.

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