Flames engulf vehicles after a fiery crash along Interstate 75 on Jan. 3 near Gainesville, Florida. A church van packed with children was headed to Walt Disney World when it got caught in a fiery pileup involving two 18-wheelers. Seven people, including five of the children, died in the crash. (WGFL-Gainesville via AP, file)

Flames engulf vehicles after a fiery crash along Interstate 75 on Jan. 3 near Gainesville, Florida. A church van packed with children was headed to Walt Disney World when it got caught in a fiery pileup involving two 18-wheelers. Seven people, including five of the children, died in the crash. (WGFL-Gainesville via AP, file)

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