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    Canoe accident - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    It took four men including water park developer Ray Breton, in back, to remove a canoe below the dam on Outlet Stream in Vassalboro on Tuesday. Resident Mollie Egold and her son William went over the dam in the canoe on Monday evening and William died overnight after suffering hypothermia from being immersed in the cold water.

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    Canoe accident - Staff photo by Madeline St. Amour | of | Share this photo

    This is the canoe that Maine game wardens believe tipped over in Outlet Stream in Vassalboro Monday night, resulting in the death of 5-year-old William Egold. The canoe was upright against falls on the stream Tuesday morning.

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    Canoe accident - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Water park developer Ray Breton examines one of his canoes beside the park on Outlet stream in Vassalboro on Tuesday, after he and others pulled the stuck canoe from a nearby dam. Local resident Mollie Egold and her 5-year-old son William were thrown from their canoe into the cold water Monday evening and William died overnight after suffering hypothermia.

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    Game Warden Steve Couture speaks Tuesday beside a dam on the Outlet Stream in Vassalboro.

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    Mike Switzer pulls a canoe from Outlet Stream near a water park in Vassalboro on Tuesday. Switzer said the water he canoed was calm but cold.

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