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    Emma Christman, 17, helps her mother, Jana, fuel a generator in the shed at their Litchfield home Tuesday. Most homes in the town are still without power following Monday's storm.

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    Residents of the Hallowell-Litchfield Road survey Tuesday a tree that toppled across the thoroughfare in Litchfield. Most homes in the town are still without power following Monday's storm.

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    Ann Turnbell Tuesday retrieves jugs of water her husband, Jim, filled at the Carrie Ricker School in Litchfield. The town opened up the school, closed for classes, for residents to collect water, take a shower and use the power until 8 p.m. Most homes in the town are still without power following Monday's storm.

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    Trudy Lamoreau, left, speaks Tuesday with Carrie Ricker School principal Christine Lajoie-Cameron during a meeting of community officials at the school in Litchfield. The town has opened the school, while closed for classes, for residents to collect water, take a shower and use the power until 8 p.m. Community leaders were speaking with Kennebec County Emergency Management director Sean Goodwin about resources needed while power is out in the town. Most homes are still without power following Monday's storm.

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    Leon Emery prepares chicken stew on Tuesday at Emery's Market and Produce in Gardiner. They were making and giving away stew for people who were without power from the recent storm.

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    Leon Emery prepares chicken stew on Tuesday at Emery's Market and Produce in Gardiner. They were making and giving away stew for people who were without power from the recent storm.

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    Carroll Bubar, road commissioner for the town of Rome, wipes the exhaustion from his face as he inspects Watson Pond Road in Rome on Tuesday.

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    An RSU 18 school bus carefully passes downed wires across Jamaica Point Road as Rome's road commissioner, Carroll Bubar, stands on the side of the road in Rome on Tuesday.

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    Carroll Bubar, road commissioner for the town of Rome, lights a cigarette after a 14-hour day of clearing roads in Rome on Tuesday.

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    Carroll Bubar, right, talks with Wayne French on Jamaica Point Road in Rome on Tuesday. French drives a pulp truck and was asking what he could do to help Rome recover from the major storm that left a path of destruction through Rome Sunday night and Monday morning.

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    Carroll Bubar, road commissioner for the town of Rome, comforts Rose Talbot at her home in Rome on Tuesday. Talbot has been without power since Monday morning but does have a generator.

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    Wayne French, reflected in the sideview mirror, wipes his face with exhaustion as he speak with Carroll Bubar, Rome road commissioner, about clean-up options on Jamaica Point Road in Rome on Tuesday.

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    Rose Talbot sits at her kitchen table and looks out the window to view the downed trees in her yard at her residence in Rome on Tuesday.

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    Rose Talbot points to the broken power pole that connects her to the power grid to Carroll Bubar, the road commissioner for the town of Rome in Rome on Tuesday.

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

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    Carroll Bubar clears debris from a section of Jamaica Point Road in Rome on Tuesday.

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    Pete Rogers, acting director of Maine Emergency Management Agency, left, and Sara J. Burns, President and Chief Executive Officer Central Maine Power, during a news conference on Tuesday at Maine Emergency Management Agency in Augusta.

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

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    President and Chief Executive Officer of Central Maine Power Sara J. Burns talks about recovery efforts during a news conference on Tuesday at Maine Emergency Management Agency in Augusta.

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    President and Chief Executive Officer of Central Maine Power Sara J. Burns talks about recovery efforts during a news conference on Tuesday at Maine Emergency Management Agency in Augusta.

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