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    Flames shoot out from a large apartment building Thursday at 378 Water St. in Skowhegan. Several area departments fought the fire. Sixteen tenants were left homeless, but several cats were rescued.

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    Firefighters prepare to enter the second floor of a burning apartment building Thursday at 378 Water St. in Skowhegan.

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    Flames shoot out from a large apartment building Thursday at 378 Water St. in Skowhegan. Several area departments fought the fire. Sixteen tenants were left homeless, but several cats were rescued.

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    A firefighter directs others as flames shoot out from a large apartment building Thursday at 378 Water St. in Skowhegan.

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    Tenants Chris Linn and Belinda Nichols comfort each other Thursday as fire destroys the apartment building where they lived at 378 Water St. in Skowhegan. Several area departments fought the fire. Sixteen tenants were left homeless, but several cats were rescued.

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    Tenants and firefighters rush to the aid of Cindy Spofford, who collapsed Thursday while fire was destroying a large apartment building at 378 Water St. in Skowhegan. Several area departments fought the fire. Sixteen tenants were left homeless, but several cats were rescued.

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    Tenant Rachelle Clukey implores firefighters Thursday to put out the flames coming from the kitchen of her apartment at 378 Water St. in Skowhegan. Clukey reacted after a firetruck horn was sounded for firefighters to clear out of the unsafe building temporarily.

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    A Skowhegan firefighter lays down a cat rescued Thursday from an apartment building at 378 Water St. in Skowhegan that was ravaged by fire. Earlier, firefighters rescued the cat, which belongs to of tenant Rachelle Clukey, background.

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    Megan Curtis carries an injured cat rescued Thursday by firefighters from a fire at an apartment building at 378 Water St. in Skowhegan.

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    Tenants and neighbors watch Thursday as firefighters from several departments battle a large fire that destroyed the apartment building at 378 Water St. in Skowhegan.

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    As firefighters douse flames at left, fire is visible Thursday in a nearby kitchen on the second floor of a large apartment building at 378 Water St. in Skowhegan.

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    Skowhegan Fire Capt. Jason Frost puts a "Do not enter" sign on the front of an apartment building that burned Thursday on Water Street in Skowhegan.

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