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Flames engulf a tractor-trailer and tour bus after they collided near Orland, Calif. on Apr. 10, 2014, killing 10. (AP Photo)

Current required minimum liability limits for motor carriers are insufficient to cover the costs of rare but catastrophic crashes, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) says, adding that it plans to develop a proposed rule to address the issue.

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