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    A car drives on a flooded Front Street as heavy rain moved through the area in Waterville on Thursday. Streets flooded and heavy wind, rain and hail knocked down trees and power lines in the fast-moving storm.

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    Sarah Ouelettte kicks the water as she walks down Front Street with her friend Judy Begin, left, in Waterville on Thursday.

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    Justin Daigle pushes Nicole Ellis from the flood waters on Front Street in Waterville as she stalled trying to drive through it on Thursday.

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    Danielle Crutcher and Joseph Morissette walk through the flood waters on Front Street in Waterville.

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    Line workers with CMP work to repair dmaged power lines on West River Road in Waterville on Thursday after a fast-moving storm ripped through the area.

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    Crawling through mud, Augusta firefighters and police struggle to lift up Patricia Ross of Winslow after her vehicle slid off the road at the Marketplace at Augusta mall area during a severe thunderstorm. Augusta Police Officer Anthony Drouin said Ross’s vision became obscured by the 3:30 p.m. rainstorm when she missed a turn and drove down an embankment. Ross was grateful not to be injured. “I’ll probably be sore tomorrow,” she said.

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