San Francisco News
Blue Angels wow San Francisco crowds
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco Bay was dotted with sail boats, ships and motorboats Saturday and hundreds more crowded along the water to catch a glimpse of the Blue Angels flying over San Francisco.
After last year's show was cancelled due to fog, people were thrilled to watch the elite flying squad erfom.
"So excited to watch the Blue Angels, my heart is racing, it's just the best," Palo Alto resident Yael Valek said.
A spokesperson for the Blue Angels told ABC7 the pilots love coming to San Francisco because the town is so friendly.
Officials estimate 1 million people come into San Francisco for Fleet Week activities.
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