TEHRAN, IRAN (NBC/EBU) - Iran’s capital looked like an apocalyptic scene as a massive sandstorm roared through the city.
The skies over Tehran turned red-orange as a wall of sand hit the city late Monday.
At least three people were killed, and more than two dozen were injured.
Video showed a huge cloud of sand and dust rolling over Tehran, accompanied by wind strong enough to break tree branches.
After the storm passed, it left damaged cars and debris-littered streets.
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