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    A Central Maine Power worker speaks on the phone after assessing a broken utility pole and wires on the Quarry Road in Waterville on Monday.

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    Readfield Fire Chief Lee Mank inspects a pickup that rolled over on the Luce Road in Readfield on MOnday. No injuries were reported in the crash, which was one of several emergencies volunteer departments responded to throughout Maine on Monday as heavy winds sheered power lines and obstructed roads with downed trees.

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    Central Maine Power lineman Wayne Piper unhooks a pole that snapped on South Monmouth Road in Monmouth on Monday. Crews are fanned out throughout Maine as hundreds of lines broke Monday when a power storm passed through the state.

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    Gary Quintal leads his pair of horses back to their West Gardiner pasture on Monday after his neighbors, Stacy Blier and Alysha Saulnier, captured them when they wandered through a down fence. Cows, sheep, goats and horses escaped from pens across Maine when electric fences lost power during a heavy storm Monday.

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    A man carries a cover that blew away from his home in Readfield on Monday.

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    A large tree is suspended by sagging utility wires on the Bagley Hill Road in Troy as the result of the strong winds on Monday.

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    A woman walks near down utility lines on Summer Street in Hallowell Monday morning as a storm with powerful wind gusts swept through Maine, knocking out power to thousands across the state.

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    Will Morrison hangs on to the deck of his father's 39-foot sailboat as waves crash over the vessel that broke free of its mooring and washed up on rocks in Belfast Harbor during the strong wind on Monday. A large hole was left on the bow. Several other boats were damaged and at least one destroyed.

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    Crews work to clean up a portion of Hammond Lumber Company in Belgrade after a powerful storm tore off the roof and wall of a storage building in Belgrade on Monday.

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    Hannah Hoke leads her sister, Alice, and mother, Abigail, around a pine tree that fell in the yard of their Monmouth home on Monday. The tree narrowly missed power lines and the house.

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    Crews work to clean up a portion of Hammond Lumber Company in Belgrade after a powerful storm tore off the roof and wall of a storage building in Belgrade on Monday.

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    Jesse Hamilton works to clean up a downed tree that hit one of his cars narrowly missing his home on Sawyer Street in Waterville on Monday.

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    Bill Wright of Detroit, center, fills his car and portable containers at the Irving station in Pittsfield on Monday. Wright said all the gas stations in Newport were closed due to the storm as 30 vehicles lined up for gas in Pittsfield.

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    Dave Potter trims the top of a fallen tree that partially blocked the files Hill Road in Thorndike, where widespread damage to trees and utility poles was caused by the storm on Monday.

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    A large tree landed on top of this car, causing serious damage at 47 High St. in Fairfield as the result the strong winds on Monday. Poles, trees and wires came down causing widespread power outages and damage to homes.

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    A section of a large tree and a pole with a transformer lie along the Hanscom Road in Benton on Monday.

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    Maurice Darres films waves crashing over the splintered remains of a motorboat destroyed when it washed up on the breakwater in Belfast Harbor during the strong winds on Monday. Several other boats were damaged.

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