On Saturday, a hundred people have been injured in western Iran by an earthquake of magnitude 4.9, Iranian state TV reported.
Earthquake caused damage to residential buildings in the town of Dorood.
The report says twenty-five of those wounded had to remain hospitalised, others were discharged after treatment for minor injuries.
The earthquake caused fright & residents fearing aftershocks left their homes.
On average Iran sees at least 1 small earthquake a day because Iran is located on seismic fault lines.
In 2003 a magnitude 6.6 earthquake destroyed the southeastern Iranian city of Bam, killing 26,000 people.