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    Gallery: Mount Abram fire - Maine Forest Service contributed photo | of | Share this photo

    A fire burns near the summit of Mount Abraham Sunday. The fire was still going Monday night.

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    A Maine Forest Service helicopter lands at the Kingfield Fire department at a command center for firefighters from the service and area departments battling a lightning-sparked fire on nearby Mount Abraham on Monday. The orange containers on ground are portable tanks of water brought to the top of the mountain for firefighters.

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    Maine Forest Service personnel prepare to attach lines to portable containers filled with water that will be transported to the top of Mount Abraham by helicopter for firefighters to extinguish a wildfire on Monday.

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    Gallery: Mount Abram fire - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    The top of Mount Abraham in Mount Abram Township on Monday, where 43-acres have burned since lightning struck the mountain on Sunday. Kingfield area firefighters and the Maine Forest Service personnel are fighting to put the fire out and plan to be back Tuesday.

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    Maine Forest Service personnel consult at Kingfield Fire department on the status of the eight firefighters battling a fire on top of nearby Mount Abram on Monday, with incident commander Shane Nichols, third from right, and MFS Chief Ranger William Hamilton. Hamilton said the terrain and heat have been brutal for firefighters.

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