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

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    Jody Knight fills a bucket of water Wednesday from her only water source, her swimming pool, to cook and refill toilets as the power remained off for a third day.

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    Rows of cots wait Wednesday in the Augusta Civic Center, where an emergency shelter was open for a few days.

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    Karen Anderson, left, visits her neighbor Leona Russell on Wednesday in Farmingdale's Hayford Heights neighborhood, which was still without power. Anderson, who had been bringing Russell meals, brought over the lantern to lend her on this trip.

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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 of strong wind on Monday. Poles, trees and wires came down, causing widespread power outages and damage to homes.

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

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    A crews works on Monday to clean up a portion of Hammond Lumber Co. in Belgrade after a powerful storm tore off the roof and a wall of a storage building.

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

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

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

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    Readfield Fire Chief Lee Mank inspects a pickup that rolled over Monday on Luce Road in Readfield. No injuries were reported in the accident, which was one of several incidents that emergency workers dealt with Monday throughout Maine as heavy wind sheared off power lines and obstructed roads with fallen trees.

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

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    Trudy Lamoreau, left, speaks on Tuesday to Carrie Ricker School Principal Christine Lajoie-Cameron during a meeting of community officials at the school in Litchfield.

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    Pete Rogers, acting director of Maine Emergency Management Agency, speaks during a news conference Tuesday at Maine Emergency Management Agency in Augusta.

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    Central Maine Power Co. President and CEO Sara J. Burns talks about recovery efforts during a news conference Tuesday at the Maine Emergency Management Agency in Augusta.

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    A Regional School Unit 18 bus carefully passes downed wires across Jamaica Point Road on Tuesday in Rome as Rome's road commissioner, Carroll Bubar, stands on the side of the road.

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    Rose Talbot feeds her cat, Kit, a treat as they entertain themselves with no power Tuesday in Rome.

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    Central Maine Power Co. workers repair a utility pole during the Ice Storm of 1998 near the Irving gasoline station on U.S. Route 201 in Fairfield.

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    Yellow flashers of Central Maine Power Co. trucks light up Western Ave around 4 a.m. Jan. 9 during the Ice Storm of 1998.

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