Summary of developments related to the California earthquake:
DAMAGE - Preliminary estimates of total damage from the Oct. 17 earthquake stands at $7.1 billion, according to reports from state, city, county and federal officials. The state Office of Emergency Services said that at least 13,892 people were forced out of their homes.
CASUALTIES - Official death toll of 64 includes 39 people killed in the Nimitz Freeway (I-880) collapse in Oakland. Six people, of 280 reported missing after the quake, remain unaccounted for, police said. People requiring hospital treatment totaled 3,286, the California Association of Hospitals reported.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE - President Bush signed a $3.45 billion disaster aid package, with most of it destined for northern California.
The immediate expenditure of $122 million in state funds to aid local governments has been ordered by Gov. George Deukmejian, who says a special session of the Legislature will be called to consider a temporary increase in sales or gasoline tax to finance relief.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has received 21,400 applications so far. The Red Cross said Friday it has collected $5 million in contributions; it has a goal of $20 million.