Christy Burton

truck driver

Christy Burton on KCRW

Some truck drivers live full-time — and cook — in their big rigs, driving across the country to keep the supply chain going.

Truckers are cooking in their rigs amid long hauls and supply chain problems

Some truck drivers live full-time — and cook — in their big rigs, driving across the country to keep the supply chain going.

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