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layer along the central coast will keep the monterey bay coastal areas much cooler. temperatures will still be hot across the interior for friday, just not as hot as this afternoon. additional cooling will occur over the weekend. (pam) our heat wave coverage continues tonight at the alameda county fair.it was downright hot out there today. as kron 4's alecia reid shows us... it was so hot.. some rides had to shut down for part of the day. the high today was about 104
here in pleasanton, but that didn't stop folks from coming to the fair and walking around. although i must say it was noticably slow when it came to rides.pkgthe sweltering heat kept a lot of people away from the county fair during the day. sweltering hot. it's very very hot out here today visitors did everything they could to stay cool in the steaming temperatures from finding any type of shade, to staying hydrated. it was quite the taskwe thought we were gonna die it was so hot. we were in the buildings, we were so hotit was unbearable. we wanted to stay inside the stores, and it's not even like fun in thereit's been really fun, really cool. the water ride has been a lot of fun and also this thing.there was no need to worry about lines in the hot sun. and water rides were a big hit. it helped a lot and especially now that the sun is going downonce it started slipping out of the triple digits, more folks started showing upthis wind helps a lot and now we can go on more rides and not worry about dehydrationone thing that was prety noticable the
first day of horse racing was canceled. that normally brings in an additional 7-10 thousand people per day but keeping the animals and jockeys health in tact is important. all 230 horses spent the hottest part of the day cooling off in their barns.the horses have been practicing early in the morning, so they come in at 6, and they're off by 10, and tomorrow they'll start at 2:15 standupraces are back tomorrow afternoon ... as for tonight ... i'm told all rides are back in business ... some of them were shut down earlier today because of the excessive heat. (steve) our other big story tonight:.tragedy strikes a bay area family after a teen falls to her death in san francisco.(pam) fire officials say, the girl fell at least 50 feet into the water .. near the (steve) our other big story tonight:.tragedy strikes a bay area family after a teen falls to her death in san
francisco.(pam) fire officials say, the girl fell at least 50 feet into the water .. near the legion of honor near lands end.kron 4's hermela aregawi has latest. a scenic stroll turned nightmare.tonight - family and friends are mouring the loss of a 17 year old girl.she died after falling off along the coast near outer richmond. denise newman/battalion chief, san franscisco fire dept: we got a call around 620 this evening of a possible young female that had fallen off the cliff or had slipped and fallen down over the cliff near land's end right near the legion of honor so we responded and got as close as we could to see if we can locate the victim. it's very hot because there's a lot of terrain. beach patrol rushed the unconscious victim to china beach.officials say they were able to get her there in three minutes.but weren't able to resusciate her.firefighters say they get a lot of these calls this time of year because of tourists and because school is out.denise
newman/battalion chief, san franscisco fire dept: either people don't stay on the path or they get too close to the edge and don't realize how dangerous it really is as we can see with this young victim. so we recommend that you stay on the path as much as you want to see the scenery they are there for a reason. and they can be extremely dangerous. and basically lethal (steve) some bart riders will soon pay more ... if they do not use a clipper card. starting in january of next year... bart will be charging a 50-cent surcharge on fares paid for with a paper ticket. there will also be a two- point- seven percent fare increase for everyone -- which is based on inflation. and -- the youth discount is being lowered to fifty- percent -- which will extend to riders age five- to- 18.
also today -- the controversial bart "seat hog" ordinance was repealed. it would have prohibited riders from taking up more than one seat. the bart board of directors also passed a resolution making bart a "sanctuary" transit system.... declaring the agency's commitment to being a secure and inclusive system for all passengers, regardless of their immigration status. here in vallejo on thursday fire fighters battled a fast moving wild fire that started just to the east of the toll plaza on the martinez bridge. this fire started when a car broke down on the side of the road. the flames spread quickly up the hill and turned into a four alarm fire. crews from the entire area responded. they had to stop before it went up the hill. they were successful for the most part the flames did burn some back yard fences on one house. no one was injured and no homes were lost. in vallejo charles clifford kron 4 news (ella sogomonian)in brentwood
a home invasion robbery wednesday before midnight ended in a shooting but it was the homeowner that acted in self defense according to police that killed two suspects wearing masks. neighbors say surveillence footage captured the aftermath and believe there may be a third or fourth suspect that drove off in a getaway car but that hasn't been confirmed by police. in brentwood ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (dan kerman)
in concord and pleasant hill... auto mechanics say the triple-digit heat has been good for business. customers are coming in with all sorts of heat-related problems... faulty air conditions systems the most common. one shop owner tells us he's got a three-day backlog for service. antoher shop owner says requests for service is up 25-percent over the past two weeks. if think you're car may need attention, now is the time to book an appointment, a week or so in advance... rather than waiting until it's too late. philippe djegal, kron four news. ((pam))the worst of the heat is behind us... but it is still going to be hot in parts of the bay area.((steve)) meteorologist brittney shipp is back with your forecast...as we head into the weekend.
.heat advisories and warnings are in place today through 9 pm for dangerously hot temperatures. a shallow marine layer along the central coast will keep the monterey bay coastal areas much cooler. temperatures will still be hot across the interior for friday, just not as hot as this afternoon. additional cooling will occur over the weekend.
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