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Floodwaters Inflict New Losses in South and SW Iran

The average rainfall in many cities in the west and southwest has been around 100 millimeters in the past three days, which is 50% higher compared to the long-term average
Floodwaters Inflict New Losses in South and SW Iran  Floodwaters Inflict New Losses in South and SW Iran

Heavy rains that began Monday have led to flash floods in the west and southwest of Iran, causing damage to infrastructure in some provinces.
In western Lorestan Province, 37 villages are disconnected from the power grid and water supply to 23 villages has been cut off. Gas supply is cut off in Mamulan City, the Energy Ministry news website Paven reported.
One hundred villages in southwestern Kohgilouyeh-Boyerahmad Province have no access to electricity.
Over 120 rescue teams from the Iranian Red Crescent Society are helping with relief operations.

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