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    Farmington explosion - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    An aerial view of the devastation after an explosion at the Life Enrichment Advancing People (LEAP) building, 313 Farmington Falls Road, in Farmington killed one firefighter and injured seven other people, including a NorthStar Ambulance employee on Monday morning. The injured have been transported to multiple hospitals in Maine and Massachusetts.

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    A flag-draped body is moved to a coroner's vehicle at the scene of an explosion, Monday, Sept. 16, 209, in Farmington, Maine. Officials say a town's fire chief is among the injured in a propane explosion that killed a firefighter.

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    Building material and other debris is shown following a building explosion in Farmington on Monday. The explosion also damaged nearby mobile homes, in background.

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    Wilton Firefighter Stephanie Ellis cradles a dog that was recovered following a building explosion in Farmington on Monday.

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    An aerial view of the devastation after an explosion at the Life Enrichment Advancing People (LEAP) building, 313 Farmington Falls Road, in Farmington killed one firefighter and injured seven other people, including a NorthStar Ambulance employee on Monday morning. The injured have been transported to multiple hospitals in Maine and Massachusetts.

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    Emergency vehicles are at the scene of a deadly propane explosion, Monday, Sept. 16, 2019, which leveled new construction in Farmington.

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    A man works at the scene of a deadly propane explosion, Monday, Sept. 16, 2019, which leveled new construction in Farmington.

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    A firefighter walks through the scene of an explosion Monday, Sept. 16, 209, in Farmington.

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    Maine Gov. Janet Mills, right, speaks to officials at the scene of an explosion Monday, Sept. 16, 209, in Farmington.

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    Maine Gov. Janet Mills hugs Farmington police chief Jack Peck at the scene of an explosion Monday, Sept. 16, 209, in Farmington.

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    Farmington explosion - Donna Perry/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Firefighters hose down the debris left from the explosion at a Farmington Falls Road building Monday.

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    Farmington explosion - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    Davis Road resident Steve Cutler, right, confers with Wilton Police Officer Brian Lynch at a roadblock forced by a fatal building explosion in Farmington.

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    Farmington explosion - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    Wilton Fire Chief Sonny Dunham catches a breather after working the scene of a fatal building explosion in Farmington on Monday. Dunham has been a firefighter for 53 years.

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    Farmington explosion - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    An explosion Monday morning leveled a building on Farmington Falls Road and damaged nearby homes in Farmington.

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    Crews clean up debris after an explosion destroyed a Farmington Falls Road building Monday morning.

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    Crews clean up debris after an explosion destroyed a Farmington Falls Road building Monday morning.

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    Crews clean up debris after an explosion destroyed a Farmington Falls Road building Monday morning.

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    Crews clean up debris after an explosion destroyed a Farmington Falls Road building Monday morning.

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    The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is reporting a “huge explosion” on Route 2 on Monday morning.

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    Building material and other debris is shown following a building explosion in Farmington on Monday.

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    Crews clean up debris after an explosion destroyed a Farmington Falls Road building Monday morning.

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    Farmington explosion - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Ambulances leave the site where an explosion leveled a Farmington Falls Road building and injured several people Monday Morning.

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    Farmington explosion - Donna Perry/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    One person is reported dead after a Monday morning explosion on Farmington Falls Road in Farmington.

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    The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office is reporting a “huge explosion” on Route 2 on Monday morning.

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    Farmington explosion - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    From left, Farmington Police Chief Jack Peck, Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols and Northstar’s Michael Senecal field questions during a press conference at the Farmington Police Department on Monday. The press conference came in the wake of a fatal building explosion that rocked Farmington Monday morning.

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    Gov. Janet Mills, right, listens to Farmington Police Chief Jack Peck, center, as authorities spoke about the LEAP building explosion Monday morning.

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    Firefighters looks through debris at the scene of an explosion Monday, Sept. 16, 209, in Farmington.

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    Firefighters walk through the scene of an explosion Monday, Sept. 16, 209, in Farmington.

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    An aerial view of the devastation after an explosion at the Life Enrichment Advancing People (LEAP) building, 313 Farmington Falls Road, in Farmington killed one firefighter and injured seven other people, including a NorthStar Ambulance employee on Monday morning. The injured have been transported to multiple hospitals in Maine and Massachusetts.

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    One person is reported dead after a Monday morning explosion on Farmington Falls Road in Farmington.

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    Wilton firefighters Stephanie Ellis, left, and Brett Osgood hold dogs they recovered from a fatal building explosion scene in Farmington Monday.

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    Debris is shown following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Farmington Police Chief Jack Peck fields questions during a press conference following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Farmington explosion - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    Maine Gov. Janet Mills fields questions during a press conference following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Farmington explosion - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    Officials field questions during a press conference following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Maine Gov. Janet Mills fields questions during a press conference following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    A sign posted in Farmington offers support to those affected by a fatal building explosion in Farmington on Monday.

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    An officer gathers information folowing a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Wilton Fire Chief Sonny Dunham walks away from the scene after working a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday. A firefighter was killed in the incident.

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    Farmington explosion - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    Farmington Police Chief Jack Peck, left, holds his hand over his heart before the start of a press conference in the wake of a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday. Pictured with Peck is Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols.

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    Farmington explosion - Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson | of | Share this photo

    Building material including insulation and other debris cover the ground following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Building material including insulation and other debris are shown following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Building material including insulation and other debris are shown following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Building material including insulation and other debris are shown following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Building material including insulation and other debris are shown following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Building material including insulation and other debris are shown following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    Building material including insulation and other debris are shown following a fatal building explosion in Farmington Monday.

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    People gather at the site of an explosion that claimed the life of Capt. Michael Bell, 68, a 30-year member of the Farmington Fire Rescue Department and brother of the department’s chief at 313 Farmington Falls Rd in Farmington late Monday night, September. 17, 2019.

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    Officials with the Maine State Police and Franklin County Sheriffs Department stand in the middle of US Route 2 in Farmington late Monday night, September. 17, 2019 at the scene of a deadly explosion that claimed the life of one firefighter and injuring several others.

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    A deputy with Franklin County Sheriff's Office walks through the bedrid field of an explosion at 313 Farmington Falls Rd in Farmington late Monday night, September. 17, 2019.

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    A trooper with Maine State Police stands in the bedrid field of an explosion at 313 Farmington Falls Rd in Farmington late Monday night, September. 17, 2019.

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    Officials with the Maine State Police and Franklin County Sheriffs Department stand in the middle of US Route 2 in Farmington late Monday night, September. 17, 2019 at the scene of a deadly explosion that claimed the life of one firefighter and injuring several others.

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    A deputy with Franklin County Sheriff's Office walks through the bedrid field of an explosion at 313 Farmington Falls Rd in Farmington late Monday night, September. 17, 2019.

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    Fire engines escort Tuesday, September 17, 2019, the remains of Farmington Fire Rescue Captain Michael Bell from Augusta to Farmington. Bell was killed in an explosion Monday that also injured six other firefighters and a maintenance worker at the LEAP building in Farmington.

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    State Police and Department of Corrections canine handlers salute Tuesday, September 17, 2019, the remains of Farmington Fire Rescue Captain Michael Bell during an escort through Augusta to Farmington. Bell was killed in an explosion Monday that also injured six other firefighters and a maintenance worker at the LEAP building in Farmington.

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