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Chesapeake Bay Crabbers Race Against Heat

Before sunrise, Virginia’s crabbers head out onto the Chesapeake Bay to haul in bushels of crabs, racing against the heat of the day. Back on land a local restaurant fires up the kitchen where fresh crabs are stuffed, baked, fried and broiled. In the crab business, it’s tough to stay cool. Pamela D’Angelo of member station WCVE in Richmond reports for NPR News.