The Daily Numbers for Monday, March 4

The Daily Numbers: 12, age of Darby Township Elementary student Bailey O'Neill, who died over the weekend. The District Attorney's office continues to investigate a schoolyard alteraction that occurred 2 weeks before O'Neill was hospitalized.

6, age of Jack Pinto, one of 20 children killed in Newtown, Conn. He was honored when the Newtown kids traveled to a wrestling tournament in Upper Darby this morning.

21 members of the Newtown Youth Wrestling Association who were honored in Upper Darby.

$3,500 raised by kids here presented to the Newtown coach in Jack's memory.

54 PennDOT bridges in Delaware County believed to be structurally deficient.

373 bridges that PennDOT is responsible for in the county.

44 in the hands of the county.

10,000 dollars raised for Community Action Agency of Delaware County during a Top Chef contest Saturday night.

86, age of Queen Elizabeth, who was hospitalized over the weekend for a stomach infection.

35, age of man killed in Florida when a sinkhole under his home swallowed him up as he slept in his bed. His body has not yet been recovered.

94, age of woman beaten and duct taped in home invasion in Philadelphia. Her grandson and another man have been charged.

90-87 loss for the Sixers vs. the Wizards last night.

3 home runs for both Ryan Howard and Dom Brown so far in Grapefruit League play for Phils.

73-64 loss for  Villanova to Pittsburgh in a game that puts a big dent in their postseason plans.

18-12 mark for the Wildcats, 9-8 in the Big East.


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Someone give Andrew Bynum a ticket out of town.

I Don’t Get It: I hope the D.A. can get to the bottom of the Bailey O'Neill case. The famiily deserves it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to the Upper Darby wrestling community for honoring a group of kids from Newtown, Conn., over the weekend. They presented a check for $3,500.



Quote Box: “It just reminds you that life is too short. Enjoy your children as much as possible."

- James Reif, who presented check to wrestling group from Newtown.