Cyclone Shaheen strikes parts of Oman and Iran

Cyclone Shaheen strikes parts of Oman and Iran

Cyclone Shaheen strikes parts of Oman and Iran

Aljazeera says at least nine people were killed in Oman and Iran on Sunday as Tropical Cyclone Shaheen pummelled parts of their coastlines.

In Oman, two Asian workers were killed in a landslide that hit their housing area in an industrial zone as a result of the cyclone. A child who was swept away by storm surges was found dead, the state news agency said, and another person was missing.

“The eye of the tropical cyclone is currently entering between the states of Musanah and Suwaiq, accompanied by very heavy rain and strong winds. Wind speed on the wall of the cyclone is between 120-150km per hour [75-93 mph],” the state news agency reported.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/10/3/cyclone-shaheen-approaches-oman-flights-delayed


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