More Than 300 Dead in Iran Quakes

Iran has raised the death toll from Saturday’s strong earthquakes to 306, and it’s reporting more than 3,000 injured. The Red Crescent has erected tent camps and is distributing food and water to those left homeless.

More Than 300 Dead in Iran Quakes

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22 comments

John B.
John B.3 years ago

Thanks for posting the video report and I fear the death toll will rise. My heart goes out to the victims and their families.

Wesley Struebing
Wesley Struebing3 years ago

I'm so pleased with the Care2 people here for their overwhelming outpouring of support for the victims of this devastating earthquake.

Along with yours, my best sympathies and thoughts go out to these people in their struggle!

Thank you, Care2 for brightening my day and restorng some faith in humanity!

A N M.
anne M.3 years ago

That's why nuclear power plants in Iran worry me. I don't care about Israel's howling regarding nuclear bombs Iran apparently isn't even interested in but I think Iran is too earth quake prone to have nuclear reactors there.

Teresa Cowley
Teresa Cowley3 years ago

Surely other countries will extend helping hands in this time of turmoil and tragedy--at least, I HOPE they will!
We may not always agree politically, but loss of life and human suffering unites us all.
May the souls of the deceased find eternal rest--may those who remain alive find solace as well as reunion with friends and family-members.

Klaus Peters
Klaus Peters3 years ago

Should I feel sorry for Iranians after I made previous comments about the injustice of their government. Naturally as a human being I feel sorry for the victims of the earthquake and I hope they will get help and not get lost in a propaganda machine. As a Christian I believe in a supreme being that juges all of us, I call him GOD. So do other denominations in different names or languages. Our Universal God must be so displeased with us and I don't blame him for punishhing us with natural disasters. Lets not forget the human input of global disasters.

BMutiny TCorporationsAreE

Glad to see that the coward's nasty comment has been removed.
I hope it was deluged with flags.

J.L. A.
JL A.3 years ago

Every death diminishes us all. RIP.

Ajla C.
Past Member 3 years ago

Žao mi je iskreno,čitam neke komentare i nije mi jasno zbog čega se ovaj narod smatra neprijateljem.Čini se da su mnogi u zabludi obzirom da je amerika ta koja izaziva ratove radi nafte i pljačke.Sami sebi stvarate neprijatelje,zadirući u tuđe teritorije,ne poštujući ništa i nikoga,ne poštujući druge religije i ljudska prava.Pa onda je logično pitanje ko je zaista kome pravi neprijatelj i zbog čega?

Fiona Dudley
Fiona Dudley3 years ago

I feel very sorry for their loss of life, injuries and trauma. Thank goodness for the IRC and Red Crescent.
Many years ago I met a young Iranian couple at work. They invited me to their home for an authentic dinner - which was fantastic! - and we looked at pictures of their fabulous wedding. They were among the nicest most welcoming people I've ever met.

Patricia H.
Patricia H.3 years ago

thanks for posting