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    Man rescued from Winslow riverbank - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    Winslow firefighters and police carry an injured man who tumbled down a 40-foot embankment to the bank of the Kennebec River in Winslow on Wednesday.

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    Rescuers put a man into a gurney beside the Kennebec River after he fell 40-feet down an embankment in Winslow on Wednesday, April 8, 2015. Using a series of ropes and pulleys firefighters brought the injured man up to a waiting ambulance.

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    Winslow fire department Capt. Kevin Fredette attaches lines to a tree before he and other firefighters hauled a man up who fell 40-feet down an embankment to the Kennebec River on Wednesday.

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    Winslow police officers John Veilleux, left, and Ron McGowen and firefighters help haul up a rescuer after a man was brought up after falling 40-feet to the embankment along the Kennebec River in Winslow.

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