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Mercury readings in parts of San Francisco are expected to reach 74 degrees, with temperatures farther inland in Livermore and Antioch hitting 100 degrees or surpassing it, said Diana Henderson, a National Weather Service forecaster.
In the year's seventh Spare the Air Alert, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District asks that residents avoid driving, and warned those with prior respiratory and heart conditions to take extra precautions when outside.
Six people were injured, one critically, after a driver in his 90s lost control of his car Thursday afternoon and slammed into the University Cafe in downtown Palo Alto near the Stanford campus, police officials and a store manager said.
At 12:36 p.m., the driver plowed into pedestrians and customers sitting at tables in front of the cafe at 271 University Ave., pinning several people between the vehicle and the front of the business, said manager Fabian Moreno.
The man slowly drove onto the curb, likely at around 5 mph, and hit the crowd, said Officer Marianna Villaescusa, a Palo Alto police spokeswoman.
Customers were asked to leave through back doors as employees assisted paramedics at the scene.