Mexico, Mar. 13 (Notimex).- The National Civil Protection System announced that one of the most active seismic zones in Mexico is located along the Pacific coast, from Jalisco to Chiapas.
Faced with this, it stressed that the federal government has preventive plans and response protocols and stressed that being prepared and knowing how to act in the face of earthquakes is everyone's responsibility.
It pointed out that the good quality of buildings is the best way to reduce the risk of these phenomena and recommended respecting the building regulations, since they reduce the probability of victims and damages and delimit responsibilities.
In a graphics on its Twitter account @PcSegob, it explained that on the Guerrero coast, a seismic gap has been identified, from Acapulco to Zihuatanejo, in which large earthquakes have not occurred in several decades.
It recalled that between 1845 and 1911, six large-scale earthquakes that caused significant damage occurred in this area, so there is enough potential to produce more.