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    Waterville Fire Lt. Scott Holst, left, and Chief David Lafountain unveil the Waterville Fire/Rescue Memorial on Sunday at the city fire department.

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    Waterville Fire Chief David Lafountain, right, bows his head as Pastor Craig Riportella, left, and others take part in the unveiling of the Fire/Rescue Memorial on Sunday.

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    Gladys Goding holds a photograph that includes her father-in-law, Waterville firefighter Millard Goding, who died when a department firetruck he was in collided with an electric car while responding to a call in 1929. At right is Millard Goding's son Lawrence, who attended the unveiling of the Fire/Rescue Memorial on Sunday.

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    Ray Theriault tries out a portable water pump as Lt. Steve Francoeur watches during an open house at the Waterville Fire Department before the unveiling of the Fire/Rescue Memorial on Sunday.

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