(Undated) -- Here is the latest news: The Berks County Commissioners are voicing concern about an increase in coronavirus cases. One person is hurt after a five-vehicle crash on Route 30 near Lancaster yesterday morning. Rescue crews are searching a lake at French Creek State Park for the body of a man who went under water Sunday evening.
>>Berks County Commissioners Express Concern About COVID-19 Case Increase
(Reading, PA) -- The Berks County Commissioners are voicing concern about an increase in coronavirus cases. The county added 27 new cases Monday, with the countywide total rising to over five thousand. The commissioners are urging everyone to wear masks or face coverings when in public, to practice social distancing, and to work from home as much as possible.
>>One Hurt In Five-Vehicle Wreck In Lancaster County
(Lancaster, PA) -- One person is hurt after a five-vehicle crash on Route 30 near Lancaster yesterday morning. It happened near the Walnut Street Ramp. The injured person was taken to the hospital with facial injuries. Police are looking for a woman who was seen stopping in the left lane just before the wreck. Anyone with information about the crash is asked to contact police.
>>Search Continues For Missing Boater
(North Coventry Twp., PA) -- Rescue crews are searching a lake at French Creek State Park for the body of a man who went under water Sunday evening. They say the man was in a boat with three others when something happened that sent everyone into the water. Three people have been found, but no one saw the fourth person come back up. Crews say they used divers, boats, kayaks, and drones in the search, which is set to continue today.
>>Klein Transportation To Resume Bus Service To N-Y-C
(Amity Twp., PA) -- Amity Township-based Klein Transportation is set to resume bus service to New York City. Officials with Klein say trips to the Big Apple will be held Fridays and Sundays beginning this weekend. They say more days will be added to the schedule if demand increases. Officials say they have stepped up cleaning and disinfecting efforts during the pandemic.
>>Police I-D Man Killed In Berks County A-T-V Wreck
(Earl Twp., PA) -- Police are identifying the man killed in an A-T-V wreck in Earl Township, Berks County this past weekend. They say 55-year-old Grant Jackson was a passenger on the A-T-V as it crashed into a tree and struck a rock embankment along Long Lane Road Saturday night. He died later at Reading Hospital. There’s no word on the severity of the injuries sustained by the 45-year-old driver.