The Daily Numbers for Thursday, Nov. 17

The Daily Numbers: 9 people displaced by raging fire that hit Aston townhouse community.

2 alarms at peak of blaze.

1 firefighter injured, suffered a broken leg.

1 million dollars in drugs seized in a raid at a Darby Township business.

39 images and 11 videos of alleged child porn found on Upper Chi man’s computer.

5-8 years old, girl dressed in Lion King PJs in one image performing sex act on adult man.

223 state charges filed against former volunteer firefighter from Glenolden.

28 years in federal prison, what John Corcoran already is facing.

80 universities nationwide that held protests yesterday against immigration policies of Donald Trump, and demanding the campuses get “sanctuary” status. Hundreds marched locally at Swarthmore College.

42, age of teachers’ aide at Unionville High School charged with having sexual relations with 2 male students.

6 men who face charges of soliciting prostitutes in King of Prussia.

600 million dollars in debt, where Pa. finds itself as we look ahead to another budget season.

2.2 billion in debt to the state Treasury.

19 points for Jahlil Okafor last night as the Sixers got their 2nd win of the season.

0 minutes played for Joel Embiid, who was held out but will play tonight in Minnesota.

2-9 record now for the Sixers.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

Not much respect for their home fans by the Sixers in holding out Joel Embiid at home last night so he can play tonight on national TV vs. Karl Anthony Townes in Minnesota.

I Don’t Get It: Another educator popped for having sex with students. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Aston township fire officials who are pushing the message that smoke detectors likely saved lives in that raging inferno that roared through a local townhouse community.

Quote Box: “I can’t stress enough how important working smoke detectors are in your home.”

- Sean Joyce, Aston Deputy Fire Marshal