Aumentan a 336 los muertos en Irán por un sismo

People gather around a levelled building in the mountainous town of Darbandikhan in Iraqi Kurdistan on November 13, 2017, following a 7.3-magnitude quake that hit the Iraq-Iran border area. / AFP PHOTO / SHWAN MOHAMMED
13 de noviembre, 2017 - 9:27 am
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Sismo de magnitud 7,3 sacudió el domingo por la noche el oeste de Irán y varias regiones iraquíes, provocando la muerte a 336 personas y causando heridas a miles

Foto: Agencia

Irán – Al menos 336 personas murieron y 2.530 resultaron heridas en Irán en el sismo que sacudió una zona montañosa en la frontera con Irak, según un nuevo balance de las autoridades iraníes.

El balance anterior daba cuenta de 207 muertos y 1.700 heridos. Por otra parte, en Irak el sismo causó la muerte a siete personas, según un nuevo balance oficial.

A man walks past a damaged home in the mountainous town of Darbandikhan in Iraqi Kurdistan on November 13, 2017, following a 7.3-magnitude quake that hit the Iraq-Iran border area. / AFP PHOTO / SHWAN MOHAMMED

People gather around a levelled building in the mountainous town of Darbandikhan in Iraqi Kurdistan on November 13, 2017, following a 7.3-magnitude quake that hit the Iraq-Iran border area. / AFP PHOTO / SHWAN MOHAMMED

People gather around a levelled building in the mountainous town of Darbandikhan in Iraqi Kurdistan on November 13, 2017, following a 7.3-magnitude quake that hit the Iraq-Iran border area. / AFP PHOTO / SHWAN MOHAMMED

A victim receives treatment at a hospital following a 7.3-magnitude earthquake in Sarpol-e Zahab in Iran's western province of Kermanshah on November 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TASNIM NEWS / Farzad MENATI

Iranians mourn over the body of a victim following a 7.3-magnitude earthquake in Sarpol-e Zahab in Iran's western province of Kermanshah on November 13, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TASNIM NEWS / Farzad MENATI

A flattened vehicle underneath building rubble is seen following a 7.3-magnitude earthquake at Sarpol-e Zahab in Iran's Kermanshah province on November 13, 2017. At least 164 people were killed and 1,600 more injured when a 7.3-magnitude earthquake shook the mountainous Iran-Iraq border triggering landslides that were hindering rescue efforts, officials said. / AFP PHOTO / ISNA / POURIA PAKIZEH

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