An earthquake of magnitude 3.5 was recorded in the vicinity of Puerto Vallarta at 04:16 local time (GMT + 00: 00). It had a very light intensity and a depth of 2 kilometers.
This is not the first time that Mexico has suffered this type of onslaught of nature. Its geographical position places it at constant risk of experiencing earthquakes. In 1985 and 2017, there were seismic movements that caused enormous destruction. Although these two are the most recognized today, they are not the largest in the territory.
On March 28, 1787, the strongest . . .