Spain: Land crack 1.5 kilometers opened after the recession of water in flood-affected areas of El Esparragal


Land crack 1.5 kilometers in length opened after the recession of water in flood-affected areas of El Esparragal, Puerto Lumbreras. Depth ranges from 2 up to 5 metres. The most surprised was the owner of one of the estates, which now is divided, like the elegance of nature. "Imagine the shock that we experienced when discovered a crack. It opened soon after the floods, but we don't know the reason. When the water has dried up and crack has appeared, we immediately call the police for an alert. First we had to recuperate a bit from fright. No one explained to us how this could happen". The technical staff of the Civil defense and the Geological service of Spain went to the area to make the first assessment. No conclusions yet no. From both organizations say that you must undertake a detailed study of the event to know its origins and consequences ".  None of the advising technical personnel does not dare to determine, could this happen in consequence the fault line or be the result of extensive groundwater extractions.

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Comment by Nancy Lieder on October 20, 2012 at 11:01am

Ohhhh! That's real close to the Gibraltar pull-apart zone, part of the African Roll!

Comment by xtc.pctech on October 20, 2012 at 4:29am

We're really on moving 7/10 is progressing fast...this is what I was expecting, Africa going south, leaving a void in the Mediterrean.... and consequently cracks everywhere, as the tension is released...even my region which has never been a seismic one, experienced this last week 3 quakes, very minor ones (2.6-2.9), but that was a signal, one that foresees  greater disasters in the nearest future....he's coming, no doubt...


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