Iran Building Collapse Death Toll Reaches 33
Iran Building Collapse Death Toll Reaches 33: The death toll...
Iran Building Collapse Death Toll Reaches 33: The death toll in last week’s building collapse in Iran’s southwestern city of Abadan has risen to 33. According to the official news agency ‘RNA’, four more dead bodies were removed from the debris of the under-construction tower on Monday, taking the number of people who lost their lives in the accident to 33. According to the agency, rescue workers are still working to clear the debris and the search for others is on.
A 10-storey under-construction building in the Metropol Building collapsed on Monday last week. This building fell in the city of Abadan in Khuzestan province. Many people have been injured in this accident with a large number of casualties. The injured are being treated in the hospital.
Death toll rises to 33
The Metropole building had two towers. One was built while the other was under construction. Angered by the building collapse incident, people took to the streets in Abadan, affecting the peace and order in the area. There were also several clashes between the protesters and the anti-riot police. Semi-official news agency Persia reported that mourners gathered at the scene on Sunday night when a section of protesters attacked a government TV camera team, prompting police to use force to disperse them. Had to take
Debris removal work in progress
Iranian anti-riot police clashed with angry protesters in the southwestern city of Abadan. State-run media reported that the death toll in the building collapse reached 33. Rescue workers were trying to clear debris and search for more victims under the broken section of the Metropole building. Relief and rescue work is still going on.
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