Politics & Government

April 2, 2010

Crash that killed 11 leads to new federal truck safety rule

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration said it has an "ongoing" compliance review of the Alabama trucking company involved in the March 26 crash on Interstate 65 in Kentucky that killed 11 people. The federal agency also issued a new rule that will require some interstate commercial truck and bus companies to install electronic onboard recorders to monitor the number of hours drivers work.

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