Is Mexico City's Sinking to Blame for New Fault Activity?

Mexico City's got a new geological secret: a newly discovered fault line dubbed the “Plateros-Mixcoac Fault.” Scientists believe this fault might be causing recent tremors. Students documented 23 mini-quakes! Why the shaking?

Is Mexico City's Sinking to Blame for New Fault Activity?
Crack in the Earth reveals fault activity. Was this caused by Mexico City's sinking?

In a twist that could make even the most seasoned geologist raise an intrigued eyebrow, a team of intrepid researchers from the Engineering Institute (II) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico has unearthed a geological fault, lurking beneath the vibrant streets of Mexico City, potentially responsible for the recent tremors that have been sending shockwaves through the capital.

Led by the dynamic trio of university students Leonardo Ramírez Guzmán, Jorge Aguirre González, and Moisés Contreras Ruiz Esparza, this discovery has all the makings of a seismic sensation. During a recent remote press conference, they unveiled their findings, shedding light on the mysterious rumblings that have been keeping citizens on their toes.