Bubbling road in Michoacán, Mexico – Is the Michoacán–Guanajuato volcanic field about to erupt?

This video filmed on January 12, 2016 is creepy.

It shows the asphalt of a road in El Salitre, Michoacan literally bubbling, like a little volcano. Is the Michoacán–Guanajuato volcanic field about to erupt?

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The Parícutín volcano is one of the major cinder cone of the Michoacán-Guanajuato volcanic field, in the Michoacán state section. Photo: Jim Luhr, Smithsonian Institution

Can you please explain what’s going on there?

amigos de Facebook, aquí les dejo un fenómeno de la naturaleza geológica ocurrido el martes 12 de enero en el Salitre Mich. en plena calle que se piensa en-cementar próximamente. Espero noten lo fantástico del suceso, y también, lo reflexivo que conlleva el caso.

Posted by Jesus Torres on Friday, January 15, 2016

The Michoacán–Guanajuato volcanic field is located in central Mexico and covers an area of 200 kilometres (120 mi) x 250 kilometres (160 mi). It is a volcanic field that takes the form of a large cinder cone field, with 1400 vents, numerous shield volcanoes and maars.

The volcanic field is best known for the 18th century eruption of Jorullo volcano, and 20th century eruption of Parícutin volcano.

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