An earthquake jolted Tehran in a while early on Friday, inflicting panicked citizens to escape structures for the security of the streets, AFP reporters reported.
The quake struck the Iranian capital at round 00:45 am (2015 GMT) and lasted a number of seconds, the AFP reporters reported.
The site of the Tehran College Seismological Centre was once inaccessible.
Alternatively in line with the Twitter account of the EMSC earthquake tracking carrier, it was once 4.eight magnitude and its epicentre was once 55 kilometres (34 miles) east of the capital.
Citizens exited structures and took to the streets in keeping with protection measures.
As of round 1:30 am, state media had no longer reported any casualties or injury.
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