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    Gallery: Boy rescued from hole - Morning Sentinel photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Waterville fire-rescue technician Glen Bordas lies on the ground as he and other rescue workers from Delta Ambulance and the Waterville police pull Dias Greene, 15, to safety Saturday after Greene fell into a hole in the woods south of the Hathaway Creative Center in Waterville.

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    Waterville firefighter and rescue personnel carry Dias Greene, 15, to an ambulance Saturday after pulling him out of a deep hole into which he had fallen in the woods south of the Hathaway Creative Center in Waterville.

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    Waterville fire-rescue technician Glen Bordas reaches down into a hole Saturday off Water Street in Waterville where Dias Greene had fallen in and become stuck.

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    Waterville fire-rescue technician Glen Bordas, center, talks to Dias Greene, explaining how Greene should attach rescue gear to himself so Bordas and his co-workers can pull Greene out of a hole into which he fell Saturday morning off Water Street in Waterville. Fire Chief Shawn Esler stands at right; the other firefighter's name was unavailable.

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    Waterville fire-rescue technician Glen Bordas talks to Dias Greene, who had fallen into a hole Saturday morning in the root system of an uprooted tree near the Hathaway Creative Center in Waterville.

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