An International Atomic Energy Agency expert lost his life in a road accident in Iran on Tuesday, the Iranian Mehr News Agency reported.
According to the report, a car carrying two IAEA experts veered off the road and overturned.
One of the experts, who had South Korean nationality, died in the incident that occurred at about 12:00 a.m. local time Tuesday, near the Khondab complex in Markazi Province, which is located in western Iran.
Iran offered condolences to the family and colleagues of the expert at the IAEA.
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