News NYC blizzard by the numbers: Snow totals, emergency calls and more By Ivan Pereira firstname.lastname@example.org Updated January 24, 2016 1:27 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Saturday's storm blanketed New York City in historic snowfall -- breaking a record for one-day snow accumulation. It also ranked overall as the second snowiest storm in our city's recorded history. Scroll down for a by-the-numbers look at the big winter storm -- from emergency calls to accumulation by borough. Ranking the snowiest storms Photo Credit: AFP / Getty Images / Don Emmert Historically, the storm ranked second by a hair for most snowfall in Central Park. Here are the top five snow storms in New York City's recorded history, which dates back to 1869: Feb. 12, 2006: 26.9 inches Jan. 23, 2016: 26.8 inches Dec. 26, 1947: 25.8 inches March 14, 1888: 21 inches Feb. 26, 2010: 20.9 inches Most snowfall accumulation by borough Photo Credit: Getty Images / Astrid Riecken The National Weather Service said that the following neighborhoods saw the most snowfall accumulation: Queens: Jackson Heights, 34 inches Staten Island: Port Richmond, 31.3 inches Brooklyn: Williamsburg, 29 inches Manhattan: Hamilton Houses, 27 inches Bronx: Belmont, 26.2 inches Police involvement Photo Credit: Getty Images / Michael Heiman A total of 25 summonses were issued in relation to the road travel ban. Police also assisted in 367 tows across the city. Snow equipment Photo Credit: Getty Images / Francois Xavier Marit The Sanitation Department has more than 2,300 pieces of snow clearing equipment out on the street, including close to 1,800 plows. Emergency calls Photo Credit: Getty Images / Jamie McCarthy Firefighters and EMS workers responded to 6,000 emergency calls during the storm, including nearly 4,000 medical calls. By Ivan Pereira email@example.com Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Winter storm hits NYC: See photosSee photos of the snow. See which NYC neighborhoods got hit with the most snowSee where it snowed the most. Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.