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    Gallery: Storm recovery, shelters open - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

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

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

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    Carroll Bubar raises the flag pole after it was toppled by high winds in Rome on Wednesday.

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    Vini Heikkila loads a trailer with storm debris on Fawn Point off of Jamaica Point Road in Rome on Wednesday.

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    Kristina Bouffard, left, of Norridgewock, and Glenda Soucy-Benta, right, of Norridgewock, charge mobile devices at the American Red Cross shelter at Mill Stream Elementary School in Norridgewock on Wednesday.

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    Kristina Bouffard, left, of Norridgewock, and Glenda Soucy-Benta, of Norridgewock, charge mobile devices at the American Red Cross shelter at Mill Stream Elementary School in Norridgewock on Wednesday.

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    Rows of cots wait on Wednesday in the Augusta Civic Center.

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    Beckie Warger fills a gas can with unleaded fuel for her generator in Norridgewock on Wednesday. Warger has been without power since Monday morning and hopes to have it back by tomorrow evening.

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

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    Gallery: Storm recovery, shelters open - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Jason Fitch of J & L Tree Service starts his chainsaw on a rooftop to cut off a tree that toppled on a home in Waterville on Wednesday. Fitch said he was "real busy" with tree removal from the storm on Monday.

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    Workers with a tree removal company cut sections from a large tree leaning on utility poles in Knox on Tuesday.

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    Gallery: Storm recovery, shelters open - Photo courtesy of Maine State Police | of | Share this photo

    Out-of-state power crews get their assignments Wednesday morning at the York weigh station off the Maine Turnpike. Crews from Ohio, North Carolina, West Virginia, Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois, along with crews from Canada, have been helping to restore power to the state after Monday's storm.

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