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Bus Driver Appears on Amazon

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Published:2020-06-21 Local
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Bus Driver Appears on Amazon

Community Transit bus driver Tiffany Underwood appears on the Amazon Prime Video program Regular Heroes in an episode released today. The series highlights the stories of essential workers on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Each episode of the eight-part series, which premiered in May, follows three essential workers who go above and beyond to serve their communities during the pandemic.

Tiffany has been driving essential workers and others throughout Snohomish County and to the University District. She's currently assigned as an extra-board driver, meaning she gets different route assignments each day based on work needed. The program captures the heart-tugging story of her role as a bus driver during the pandemic while caring for her teen daughter and other family members who live outside of her home.

Tiffany is especially excited for people to learn about what a day in the life of a driver is like. "I take so much pride in my job, so I was really thrilled to be part of this experience and so was my daughter Kipani," she said.

This episode also features Country music singer Brad Paisley who gifts each of the three featured heroes with special donations. Previous episodes have featured Alicia Keys, Nick Jonas and other stars.

Episode six of Regular Heroes premieres on Amazon Prime Video today.




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