One dead and many injured after 4.2 magnitude quake near Iran capital Tehran

TEHRAN: One individual dead of a heart attack and no less than 56 individuals were somewhat injured when an earthquake of 4.2 magnitude shook a region 50 km (31 miles) west of the Iranian capital Tehran on Wednesday, the state news organization IRNA announced.

A large portion of the people were injured while attempting to come up short on structures and were discharged from the hospital after treatment, IRNA cited the nation’s Emergency Medical Services as saying.

The shudder is a delayed repercussion of a 5.2 magnitude earthquake on December 20 that killed two individuals. It was also felt in Tehran where numerous inhabitants spent the night outside in autos, or in sports offices and different structures transformed into protect focuses, neighborhood news offices said.