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    Rent -A- Center employee Merle Gordon looks over the large sections of buckled pavement in the parking lot at a mini-mall in Skowhegan on Thursday. During the storm on Wednesday the truck Gordon usually drives sank in a hole as the water flooded the lot. “I’m lucky it was my day off yesterday,” Gordon said.

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    Water from Currier Brook runs through concrete pipes under the parking lot at Skowhegan Plaza on Thursday. Wednesday’s storm buckled the lot, but the four businesses at the plaza were able to reopen mid-morning Thursday.

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    A dock is submerged Thursday at the east side boat landing in Augusta following torrential rainfall Wednesday.

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    Water from Currier Brook Wednesday pushed rocks and boulders and uplifted pavement in a parking lot in Skowehegan, and left this picture of devastation Thursday.

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    FairPoint lineman Scott Michaud Thursday repairs a phone line damaged in torrential rainfall on Wednesday.

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    Glen Laney Jr. of Laney Construction pulls out culvert sections as Brian Hubbard of the Skowhegan Highway Department watches during repairs to the Burrill Hill Road in Skowhegan on Thursday.

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