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9 numbers you should know about Imelda's impact

People wait for the feeder road to clear of flood waters off of Highway 69 North on Sept. 19, 2019, in Houston.
People wait for the feeder road to clear of flood waters off of Highway 69 North on Sept. 19, 2019, in Houston.

HOUSTON – Here are some numbers to know about Tropical Depression Imelda. 

2,000: Rescues that have been performed so far in Harris County, according to the Harris County Fire Marshal's Office.

1,651: Vehicles that have been towed as of 10 a.m. Friday, according to Houston Police. The number is expected to increase as the day progresses.

1,125: Weather-related calls have been fielded by dispatchers at the Harris County Sheriffs Office as of 2:25 p.m. Friday.

425: High-water rescues have been performed, according to HSCO.

365: Stranded vehicles, according to HSCO.

150: Tow trucks that were used across Houston to remove flooded cars on Thursday.

43: Inches of rain fell in Beaumont, making Imelda the fifth wettest tropical cyclone in US history.

43: The number of major crashes that occurred, according to HSCO.

3: People have died due to the storm. Two in Beaumont, one in Harris County.

 


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