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On Wednesday night, floods and mudslides filled the Imamzadeh Davood compound, usually frequented by a large number of pilgrims of a famous mausoleum, in the Northwest of the Iranian capital of Tehran.

So far, 9 people have been injured and transferred to the emergency services after initial measures, and six people have lost their lives.

“The search for possible missing persons continues,” head of the Tehran Red Crescent provincial branch Shahin Fathi pointed out.






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