Moderate Earthquake 4.8 Magnitude in Iran on Sunday, November 14
Iranian media reported on Sunday that the Hormozgan province in southern Iran was hit by two moderate earthquakes.
Iranian media reported on Sunday that the Hormozgan province in southern Iran was hit by two moderate earthquakes. said the strongest quake occurred at a depth of 18 kilometers. The epicenter is placed a few 60 kilometers (a few 36 miles) southwest of Bandar Abas port in Hormozgan province. There changed into no instant file on damages or casualties. The USGS file set the earthquake at value 6.3. State TV stated the quake changed into felt in Kerman and Fars provinces, each placed withinside the north of Harmozan province.
There was no immediate report on damages or casualties. The USGS report set the earthquake at magnitude 6.3. State TV said the quake was felt in Kerman and Fars provinces, both placed within the north of Hormozgan province.
The report said assessment groups had deployed to investigate the situation. Iran lies on major seismic faults and experiences one earthquake every day on average. In 2003, a magnitude 6.6 earthquake planate the historic town of Bam, killing 26,000 individuals. A magnitude seven earthquake that smitten western Iran in 2017 killed quite 600 people and lacerate more than 9,000. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material might not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.