Highway in Mexico

In Mexico, the highway was split: a crack of about one kilometer in length, eight meters deep, northwest of Mexico. Sky News has released the news. The road from Hermosillo to the seashore was split in two by a five-meter wide crack.
According to information received, geology experts are investigating the causes of cracking. 10 earthquake in the region probably caused movement in the earth's crust. Experts, the crack is created by the local farm owners to protect the rain from the dam is also likely to be among the possibilities. Groundwater that may have accumulated under the sealant may cause soil collapse.
Farmers and traffic vehicles are wandering around as the ground is still intact. Aerial view of the resulting ground crack was shared on the Internet.

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