Someone left a thank you note on the front window of Harrington's on Valencia Street.

It’s 8:45 a.m., 57° and mostly cloudy. The sun will be out later this afternoon. More details here.

An investigation revealed that the 16-year-old girl who was run over by a rescue vehicle after the flight 214 Asiana Airlines plane crash was alive when she was hit. The Chronicle has more here.

According to Uptown Almanac, the Board of Supervisors Budget and Legislative Analyst issued a report that revealed that the value of San Francisco’s stolen bicycles topped $4.63 million for the year of 2012. And Missionites, if you’ve had a bike stolen recently, it might have something to do with the 348 percent increase in the rate of stolen bicycles in the Mission’s legislative district since 2010.

Check out BART’s Fleet of the Future project on Mission Mission. From July 23-26, a full scale mock up of part of one of the trains will be available for public viewing at Oakland’s MacArthur Station.

Happy Friday!

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