At about 0:39 IRDT on June 22, a 5.3-magnitude earthquake struck southern Iran. Iran’s Mohr is located roughly 50 kilometres (31 miles) southeast of the epicentre. Light to moderate shaking was possibly felt in certain areas of southern Iran due to the earthquake’s depth of roughly 10 km (6 miles). No immediate reports of damage or injuries as a result of the earthquake have been made, however nearby places may experience linked harm. Authorities may need many hours, especially in rural places, to undertake thorough damage assessments. Over the next few days, aftershocks are probably.
At at 0:39 IRDT on June 22, there was an earthquake in southern Iran with a magnitude of 5.3. In Iran, Mohr, the epicentre was located around 50 km (31 miles) to the southeast. There was likely minor to moderate shaking in certain areas of southern Iran due to the earthquake’s depth of roughly 10 km (6 miles). No damage or injuries have been reported as of yet as a result of the earthquake, however nearby places may experience linked harm. Before officials can perform thorough damage assessments, especially in isolated places, it can take many hours. Over the upcoming days, aftershocks are anticipated.
Prepare for aftershocks as necessary. If operating in impacted regions, think about leaving multistory structures empty until officials can verify their structural stability. Travel by air and by land should be planned with more time since aftershocks might cause temporary delays. Before travelling in mountainous regions of the impacted zone owing to the possibility of landslides, get the most recent information on the state of the roads.
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