The Daily Numbers for Tuesday Sept. 3

The Daily Numbers: 100 shoppers stranded inside the Springfield BJ's on Route 420 Monday when a deluge flooded the parking lot.

4 inches of rain recorded in the cloudburst in some areas.

1 woman who suffered burns when flames engulfed a home in Chester.

42, age of county sheriff's deputy who now faces charges after police say he drew a weapon on another motorist during a dispute outside an Upper Darby bar.

dollars being given to Swarthmore Borough by Swarthmore College.

20 percent of Philadelphia School District employees who have been laid off. Those remaining report to work today without a contract.

2 sex assaults reported at the Made in America Festival over Labor Day weekend in Philly.

11 stab wounds suffered by cabbie in an attempted robbery in Philadelphia.

11 alarm blaze that destroyed a Dietz and Watson food warehouse in Delanco, N.J.

53 hours, how long it took swimmer Diana Nyad to swim from Cuba to Key West.

64, age of swimmer who was finally successful after trying 4 other times.

7 strong inniings for Cole Hamels, who did not figure in the decision yesterday as the Phils rallied late for a 3-2 win over the Nats.

1 run on 2 hits, while striking out 8 for Hamels.

30,248 in Citizens Bank Park on Labor Day.

11 tackles for Emmanual Acho in Eagles final exhibition game. Didn't help. He got cut in favor of waiver wire signee Najee Goode.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan. Once again Cole Hamels pitches well but gets no support. He didn't figure in the decision as Phils rallied for win. It's the curse of the big contract.

I Don’t Get It: Still can't believe summer is over. We had, what, maybe one nice week this summer?

Today’s Upper: Kudos toall the kids at Penn Wood High as they head back to school for the first time since the school was heavily damaged in an arson fire last spring.

Quote Box: “When I was done and started to leave, you couldn't see your hand in front of your face, it was coming down so hard." - Shopper stranded inside Springfield BJ's during Monday's deluge.