Ten people were injured when a 4.7 magnitude earthquake shook Iran’s Western City of Nahavand on Friday, semi-official Mehr news agency reported.
The earthquake in Iran’s Hamadan province took place at 05:34 local time (0104 GMT) and featured a depth of two km.
Habib Masoumi, the head of Emergency Medical Centre of Hamadan, said that out of the 10 injured, six were hospitalised.
The earthquake has caused damage to the buildings in neighbouring regions and villages, Mehr reported.
Medical services along with disaster relief forces have been dispatched to the hit area. (NAN)