Residents flee Mexico City's hip neighborhoods amid quake fears
The moving vans come every day, idling outside some of Mexico City’s chicest apartment buildings before hauling away books, furniture and clothes.
More than a month after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake rattled the Mexican capital, some residents are fleeing the city’s famous districts in search of steadier ground. Even some whose homes were unscathed are leaving, unnerved by the sight of their neighborhoods transformed into disaster zones.
Source: Los Angeles Times