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    As Robert Goodwin of Blue Water tree company works from a bucket to remove an 80-foot broken tree on Tuesday, July 19, 2016, a utility pole company backs down the Luckman Road in St. Albans to repair the numerous poles and power lines destroyed by the storm on Monday.

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    Rick Nadeau positions a floor jack under a large fir tree Tuesday to take weight off his damaged 37-foot recreation vehicle at his home on Coburn Avenue in Skowhegan. Nadeau said at least 10 large trees were toppled nearby during Monday's brief but powerful storm, and many neighbors had damaged trees and property.

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    A large maple tree rests on wires near a home on Cedar Street in Skowhegan Tuesday morning, toppled in Monday's storm.

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    Rick Nadeau pulls limbs from a large fir tree away from his damaged 37-foot recreation vehicle at his home on Coburn Avenue in Skowhegan on Tuesday. Nadeau said at least 10 large trees were toppled nearby during Monday's brief but powerful storm, and many neighbors had damaged trees and property.

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    A car passes fallen tree limbs on Norridgewock Avenue in Skowhegan from the storm that hit the area on Monday.

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    Two fallen trees lean on utility wires along Ballard Road in St. Albans on Tuesday, from the storm on Monday. The partially closed road is littered with trees, limbs, wires and poles.

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    Residents of Indian Pond in St. Albans watch as crews clear fallen trees and repair utility poles on Luckman Road on Tuesday. Residents including Brian Steinward, left, Dick Sigston, and Marek and Julie Plater carry out food because they did not expect power to be restored for days. The Central Maine Power Co. hopes to have everyone back on line by Wednesday night.

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    Ballard Road resident Luanne Paquin clears brush around utility wires and broken poles on the closed road in St. Albans on Tuesday. The road was filled with fallen trees, wires and utility poles following a severe storm Monday. A skidder in the background clears trees from the road.

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    Robert Goodwin of Blue Water tree company cuts toward an 80-foot tree that had partially fallen on Lucian Road in St. Albans on Tuesday. The town was one of the hardest hit from Monday's storm.

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