By the numbers: Superstorm Sandy

Superstorm Sandy crashed ashore the Eastern Seaboard this week, cutting a path of destruction several hundred miles long.

Here are some numbers that help put the storm in perspective:


Death toll, including at least 106 people in the United States, two in Canada and 67 in the Caribbean

$30 billion-$50 billion

Estimated economic damage, according to the catastrophe risk modeling firm Eqecat

2.4 million

Customers on Saturday without power across 15 states and the District of Columbia, down from nearly 8 million earlier


Year of the first New York City Marathon, which was canceled to focus on the recovery effort


Homes destroyed by a fire in Breezy Point, a neighborhood in Queens


National Guard members supporting the storm response


Percentage of gas stations north of Interstate 195 in New Jersey that aren't working, according to the state's governor


In feet, record water level set Monday night at Battery Park in Manhattan


Blankets on their way to shelters on Staten Island, Coney Island and the Rockaways, according to the New York City mayor


Disaster workers the Red Cross has across storm-damaged areas, with thousands more en route from other states


Number of public school buildings in New York City that likely won't reopen Monday, depending on power conditions

22 million

Gallons of unleaded gas and diesel the federal government said it would deliver to the hard-hit region


Percentage of subway services restored in New York City, according to the state's governor