(Reuters) - Rescuers pressed their search for survivors on Friday in areas still flooded a week after Hurricane Harvey slammed into Texas. Here are the some of the numbers from one of the biggest natural disasters to hit the United States.
* More than 1 million people displaced.
* Record rainfall: 51.88 inches at Cedar Bayou, Texas, in just under five days.
* More than 250 shelters housing some 32,000 people.
* 14,000 National Guard mobilized.
* 21,000 federal workers mobilized.
* Federal disaster declarations in 33 Texas counties and five Louisiana parishes.
* In Texas: 779,000 mandatory evacuations; 980,000 voluntary evacuations.
* In Louisiana: 7,000 mandatory evacuations; 133,000 voluntary evacuations.
* Estimates of 911 calls coming in were as high as 900 per hour at one point.
* 440,000 Texans have registered for FEMA assistance so far.
* FEMA has approved $79 million in disaster assistance so far.
* About a quarter of U.S. refining capacity shut.
* U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry approved the release of up to 4.5 million barrels of crude oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve in response to the impact from Harvey.
* The national average for a gallon of gasoline has risen to $2.519, its highest level since August 2015.
* Moody’s Analytics estimated the economic cost for southeastern Texas at $51 billion to $75 billion.
Sources: National Weather Service, FEMA, White House, Texas Governor’s Office. Houston Office of Emergency Management, Moody’s Analytics.
Compiled by New York newsroom; Editing by Bill Trott