At least 22 people have been killed in flash floods caused by heavy rains in Iran's southern province of Fars, a provincial official says.
There was at least one person missing, said Khalil Abdollahi, head of the province's crisis management department, quoted by the semi-official news agency Tasnim.
He said 55 people had been rescued in the flood which submerged 15 cars.
The governor of Fars province declared Sunday a day of mourning, state media said.
The dangers of flash-flooding have been exacerbated by the widespread construction of buildings and roads near riverbeds.
In March 2018, a flash flood in Fars province caused the death of 44 people.