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    A CMP crew works to restore power on Woodside Road in Brunswick on Friday, a day after a powerful thunderstorm knocked it out.

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    Richard Hyson looks at an ash tree that fell across Beath Road in front of his house in Boothbay on Thursday.

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    A section of Bath Road near Federal Street was closed while workers removed downed trees and restored power and communication lines after a fast-moving line of thunderstorms knocked out power to thousands in Southern Maine.

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    Darrin Hanson, a project manager for disaster restoration company Elite Construction, sizes up a conifer tree that split into thirds with trunks striking neighboring homes on Thompson St. in Brunswick on Thursday.

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    An oak tree split down the middle and crushed this Chevy Impala in the front yard of a house on Country Club Road in Boothbay on Thursday.

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    Cleaning up storm damage on Federal Street in Brunswick.

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    Lineworkers Peter White, left, and Chip Dalrymple roll a spool of communications cable to the site of downed trees and utility poles on Bath Road in Brunswick on Thursday.

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