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    Max Rogers, center, gets some help Tuesday from Mike Dicent, right, to get Brooke Ross's car unstuck from her driveway on Pleasant Street in Waterville.

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    Andrew Reynolds carries his kids Chloe, 2, left, and Chase, 7, through the snow after packing their truck at Hannaford Supermarket in Waterville on Tuesday. Andrew said school was cancelled and the kids were sledding after their trip to the store.

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    WATERVILLE, MAINE - DECEMBER 3, 2019 Stephanie Pare clears her windshield as she leaves work early before the heavy snow hits Waterville on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. (Staff Photo by Michael G. Seamans/MORNING SENTINEL)

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    Max Rogers digs out his girlfriend's car Tuesday on Pleasant Street in Waterville.

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    A pedestrian braces against the snowstorm in Waterville on Tuesday behind a city no-parking sign.

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    WATERVILLE, MAINE - DECEMBER 3, 2019 James Millett clears the walkways at the Hathaway Center in Waterville on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. (Staff Photo by Michael G. Seamans/MORNING SENTINEL)

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    A shoveler clears a walkway during the snowstorm in downtown Waterville on Tuesday.

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    Jeremy Abram shovels now at the entrance of Harvey's Hardware in Gardiner on Tuesday. The employee said sales during the snowstorm were brisk at the business that has been open for almost 100 years. "We're selling salt, sand and shovels today," Abram said.

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    A pedestrian and a snow plow are shown during the snow storm in Waterville on Tuesday.

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    WATERVILLE, MAINE - DECEMBER 3, 2019 Students cross Mayflower Hill Drive at Colby College as snow falls in Waterville on Tuesday, December 3, 2019. (Staff Photo by Michael G. Seamans/MORNING SENTINEL)

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    The Carver family works together to clear snow Tuesday from the sidewalk in front of a business in Hallowell. The Windsor family, consisting of two boys, a daughter, wife and father, clear several businesses together during snowdays for the children.

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    Greg Chapman retrieves the open pennant Tuesday from the front of Dave's Diner in Gardiner. The local institution, where Chapman eats lunch every weekday with his brother, Dan, closed at 1 p.m. due to the snowstorm.

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    Alden Gilg, 11, left, leads his brother, Elliott, 7, father, Kerstin, and mother, Ilana, across a road Tuesday near their home in Gardiner while skiing and hiking to see the children's grandmother. The boys had a day off from school while the parents observed a state of Maine shutdown day due to the snow storm.

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    Grocery shoppers from left Chase Reynolds, seven, his dad Andrew, and sister Chloe, 2, of Winslow, Maine plow their shopping cart through swirling snow after shopping at Hanford Supermarket in Waterville on Tuesday.

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    Grocery shopper Chase Reynolds, 7, catches snow flakes on his tongue as his sister Chloe, 2, laughs as they rode in a shopping cart outside Hannfaord Supermarket on Tuesday. Andrew, the kids' dad, pushed the cart.

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    Courtney Ivey catches her breath and adjusts her hat while digging out the driveway of her family's home in Winslow on Tuesday. Ivey, who had been shoveling for an hour, said she trying to dig out four vehicles.

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