1. Marin County: No one died and no injuries were reported. Property damage was estimated at $2 million. 2. San Francisco: Ten people died and 566 more were injured, mostly in the Marina District. Property damage was estimated at $2 billion by Mayor Art Agnos. Sixty buildings were destroyed in the Marina where electric power remained out. Two state office buildings near the Civic Center are closed indefinitely because of major structural damage. 3. Alameda County: By Saturday, the coroner's office reported 34 bodies had been recovered from the collapsed Nimitz Freeway in Oakland, with more feared dead. According to the Office of Emergency Services, Oakland sustained 95% of the county's 321 injuries and more than $1.3 billion in damages. Ten homes and 13 businesses were destroyed; another 1,400 homes and 200 businesses were damaged. 4. San Mateo County: No deaths, but 282 people were injured. Property damage was estimated at $35 million. At least 3 businesses were destroyed and 23 others damaged. 5. Santa Clara County: Five people died and more than 900 were injured. Property damage was estimated at $260 million. More than 6 houses and 25 businesses were destroyed while hundreds of others were damaged. 6. Santa Cruz County: Five people died when buildings burned or collapsed, and another 862 people were injured. Property damage was estimated at $750 million. In downtown Santa Cruz, 20commercial buildings must be razed. Watsonville and Scotts Valley suffered major structural damage. 7. San Benito County: No deaths, but 75 people sustained minor injuries. The preliminary damage estimate is $100 million. Numerous buildings collapsed and many homes were thrown partially or completely off their foundations. 8. Monterey County: One person died and six others were injured. Property damage was estimated at between $50 and $100 million.