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Orland bus crash: Teen's mother suing bus company, FedEx for $100 million

File photo: The remains of a FedEx truck, right, and bus, left, involved in Thursday's deadly crash are seen on trucks at the scene of the accident on April 11, 2014 in Orland, California.
File photo: The remains of a FedEx truck, right, and bus, left, involved in Thursday's deadly crash are seen on trucks at the scene of the accident on April 11, 2014 in Orland, California.
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The mother of a teenager who was among 10 people killed in a fiery Northern California bus crash is suing the bus company and FedEx.

Attorney A. King Aminpour says the negligence suit filed Tuesday in Los Angeles seeks $100 million.

17-year-old Jennifer Bonilla, of Los Angeles, was on a bus taking students to tour a university April 10 when it was struck by a FedEx truck on a freeway in Orland.

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Five teens and five adults died, including both drivers.

Some witnesses say the FedEx truck was on fire before the crash. The lawsuit alleges FedEx trucks have a history of catching fire.

Memphis, Tenn.-based FedEx Corp. declined to discuss the litigation but says it's cooperating with investigators.

A call seeking comment from the bus owner, Silverado Stages, wasn't immediately returned.