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    GALLERY: Fire destroys Skowhegan storage units - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Several storage units and property contained in them were destroyed by fire of unknown origin at the Intown Storage business in Skowhegan. Surveying the damage are Mike Kleinknight, left, Rod Stevens and Elizabeth Frazier. Stevens came to collect stored records and paperwork from his wife’s business.

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    Scott Rogers, manager of Intown Storage in Skowhegan, surveys the damaged property that was burned in a fire at the storage facility early Monday.

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    GALLERY: Fire destroys Skowhegan storage units - Staff photo by Rachel Ohm | of | Share this photo

    Clyde Campbell, 65, of Canaan, was able to salvage a small picture of his granddaughter and some other items after a fire destroyed family belongings in a Madison Avenue storage facility in Skowhegan on Monday. “We’re just trying to salvage what we can,” Campbell said.

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    Clyde Campbell, 65, and his grandson, Julian Oakes, 23, shift through the charred remnants of a lifetime of memories stored in a Skowhegan self-storage facility searching for items that can be salvaged from a fire early Monday.

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