TOP HEADLINES BERKS, LANCASTER 05/03


>Berks Cares COVID-19 Vaccine Center Opening Today

(Muhlenberg Township, PA) -- The Berks Cares COVID-19 Vaccine Center is going to be opening today, and appointments will be available Monday through Friday from nine-in-the-morning until two-in-the-afternoon. The clinic is located in the North Reading Plaza shopping center in Muhlenberg Township. Officials say the center will be able to administer about 400 doses of the vaccine per day. You can schedule an appointment by visiting www.doyourpartberks.com.

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>>Harrisburg Truck Driver Accused Of Exposing Himself To Minors

(New Holland, PA) -- A truck driver from Harrisburg is being accused of exposing himself to several people including some minors in a Lancaster County borough. New Holland Borough Police recently announced that they have arrested 40-year-old Pedro Casimiro. He is facing several charges including three counts of corruption of minors, four counts of open lewdness and four counts of indecent exposure. Officials say he has been released from jail on a 40-thousand-dollar unsecured bail.

>>Three People Transported To Hospital Following Crash In Berks County

(Exeter Township, PA) -- Authorities are investigating the cause of a two-car crash that injured three people. The accident happened Friday night in the area of Perkiomen Avenue and East 37th Street in Exeter Township. It is unknown what the extent of the injuries are at this time, but officials say one person was trapped in a car.

>>Juvenile And Adult Injured After Crash In Lancaster

(Lancaster, PA) -- A juvenile and an adult are recovering in the hospital after a crash occurred in Lancaster. The accident happened Thursday afternoon in the 16-hundred-block of Lebanon Road. The juvenile was driving a green Ford Ranger before he crossed lanes into oncoming traffic and struck a vehicle that was operated by the adult. Officials say the juvenile will be cited after final reporting.

>>Two-Vehicle Crash Temporarily Knocks Out Power In Richmond Township

(Richmond Township, PA) -- The Walnuttown Fire Company is looking into what caused an accident involving a dump truck and a tractor trailer that temporarily knocked out power in Richmond Township. The crash happened Friday morning near Fleetwood Lyons Road and Oak Haven Road. Officials say the wreck took down a MetEd pole including its wires and a transformer. It is unknown if anyone was injured by the accident.


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