A truck driver was killed in the flaming wreckage Dec. 20 after he ran into one of four Army vehicles that had gotten separated from a convoy and were parked in the emergency lane of Autobahn 3 near Parsberg.
Rheinland-Pfalz has dispatched six buses around the state since August to supermarket parking lots, city centers, sports clubs, schools and leisure facilities. The buses have administered more than 60,000 doses so far.
Village leaders in Rittersdorf last week reached out to the U.S. military community, asking for help in cleaning up debris still scattered in the basin. About 25 people at Spangdahlem Air Base answered the call for help, base officials said, as did a few airmen from Ramstein Air Base.
Movie theaters, entertainment parks and other businesses were allowed to reopen Wednesday as several areas where U.S. forces live in Germany reported coronavirus incidence rates that allow local officials to ease federally mandated restrictions.