An Iranian elementary school student has died from injuries sustained during a school camp in the northeastern Caspian province of Golestan, an accident that raised questions about the organizers' adherence to weather warnings.
The head of Motahari Hospital in Golestan announced that Emad Shamloo passed away on the evening of November 23.
Rasool Salahi earlier said that Emad was receiving artificial respiration with a ventilator.
The incident unfolded in the city of Minoodasht on November 20 when a falling tree injured two pupils and a teacher.
Emad was among the injured, and his health condition was immediately recognised as critical.
The camp had proceeded amid strong winds despite weather warnings issued by the Golestan Meteorological Department.
The prosecutor's office in Minoodasht has summoned five people for questioning as part of an investigation into the incident.
Those summoned include the head of the education department of Minoodasht, two of his deputies, as well as the director and deputy director of education at Shahed elementary school in Minoodasht.