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    Gallery: Waterville woman overwhelmed by support - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Cheryl Jack keeps her cat, Oliver Grey, close to her in a hotel room Tuesday now that they have been reunited after being separated since fire damaged her apartment in Waterville on Saturday. Despite being displaced Jack said she is grateful for all the support she has received. "People have given me clothes and food and care for my cat and I am so humbled by how generous people have been," she said.

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    Apartment tenant Cheryl Jack, left, sits in a car on Monday outside the apartment in Waterville that she and her cat escaped after it caught fire Saturday. Beside her is Crystal Hillman, a support staff employee with Assistance Plus.

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    Firefighters work a fire at an apartment building on Front Street in Waterville Saturday that displaced tenant Cheryl Jack.

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    Waterville fire Captain John Gromek, left, tells Cheryl Jack that her cat is OK and escaped a fire Saturday afternoon at the apartment building she lives in on Front Street in Waterville. At right is her next door neighbor, Jeffrey Mello.

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