Crónica de una muerte anunciada, perhaps? From Daniel Hernandez's most excellent blog, Intersections:
Back home in California, I suspect it may be just a matter of time. Read the rest of Daniel's blog post here.
And this is where life in the city starts getting a just a bit more stressful. La Prensa is reporting that the Mexico City government will be cutting off the main flow of water to the capital "100%" during the end of Semana Santa, April 9 through 12. We can't repeat it enough: the water supply right now is at critically low levels. El Universal confirms that the Cutzamala valve will be entirely shut off on Thursday, and that the city won't feel the effects until probably Friday, the 10th.