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    A motorist drives under a falled utility pole propped up by a pine tree limb on High Head Road in Harpswell on Wednesday.

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    Gail Pierce, of Waterboro, looks for candles at Ed's Grove to use at home where she was still without power Wednesday. Ed's Grove, in Lyman, has limited lighting because the store also was without power. A generator has allowed them to keep some lights on.

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    Greg Stuart of Arundel buys oil for a generator at Ed's Grove in Lyman on Wednesday. Working the cash register is Ginger Hutchinson. The store was accepting cash only because of the lack of power from Monday's storm, but has stayed open so people can purchase needed supplies. (/Staff Photographer)

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    HARPSWELL, ME - NOVEMBER 1: Tom Lunde cuts up a maple tree at his neighbors house on Orr's Island in Harpswell on Wednesday, November 1, 2017. The maple tree crashed into the house, leaving a large hole in the peak, seen at the top of this photo. (Staff Photo by Gregory Rec/Staff Photographer)

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    A truck drives near a utility pole that is propped up by a pine tree limb on High Head Road in Harpswell on Wednesday. Power was still out on the Harpswell peninsula and many trees were still leaning on top of power lines.

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    A broken utility pole hangs by wires along Route 77 in Cape Elizabeth on Tuesday.

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    A crew from Gagnon Construction out of New Brunswick, Canada, were working on power lines on Veranda Street in Portland Tuesday. Staff photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette

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    Katherin Adams, left, and Kelly Fredericks pass hanging power lines along Ledgewood Lane in Cape Elizabeth on Tuesday. The town's schools were closed for the second straight day, along with the community pool and fitness center.

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    A driver maneuvers his van under trees resting on power lines along Lower Flying Point Road in Freeport. Many schools were closed again Tuesday, as were many businesses in rural areas.

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    Central Maine Power lineman Mike Ross cuts a large tree branch down from a power line on Mitchell Road on Tuesday morning.

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    As many as six boats in Belfast Harbor were destroyed by high winds and waves. Workers remove an engine from the largest of the boats to prevent an oil spill.

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    Debris from boats destroyed by Monday's storm litter the shoreline in Belfast Harbor.

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    A fire started in Beacon Street in Portland after a falling tree pulled down power lines. A CMP crew shut off the power at the intersection of Beacon and Longfellow streets.

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    Strong winds brought down a tree on Beacon Street in Portland which in turn brought down electrified wires the started the street on fire.

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    A worker carries away a piece of roof debris while cutting damaged metal off George E. Jack School in Standish on Monday. The storm ripped up most of the steel on the back side of the school’s roof.

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    Residents inspect storm damage along Temple Avenue in Saco early Monday morning.

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    This uprooted tree on Peaks Island smashed through a fence and barely spared the nearby house and a yellow pickup truck.

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    Mike Delola cleans up the broken glass from his car's back window. Both the front windshield and the back window were hit by branches while it was parked on Sherman Street in Portland.

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    The storm prompted long lines for gas, like this one late Monday afternoon on Route 1 in Falmouth.

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    Aaron Black, a lineman with Central Maine Power, removes a branch from power lines on High Street in Hollis on Monday.

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    A giant sugar maple fell in Deering Oaks Park during Monday’s storm.

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    Josh and Elly Phillips of Portland cross Shore Road in Cape Elizabeth.

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    High winds gusting up to 69 mph in Portland knocked down this tree, crushing a car on Mellen Street Monday morning.

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    Tony Nappi, owner and operator of the Mellen Street Market , Portland, shows a photo from ten years ago when the Patriots Day storm knocked down a tree in front of his market. It wasn't as big as the one that is down in front of the market today.

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    Dangling power lines and pole in Damaraiscott Mills, on Route 125, after the storm early Monday morning.

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    Big waves break at Fort Williams on Monday morning.

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    A large tree rests on the roof of the historic 1794 Shaker Meetinghouse at Shaker Village in New Gloucester after Monday’s early-morning storm.

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    Utility poles along Shaker Road in New Gloucester, near Shaker Village, were snapped by strong winds from Monday’s storm.

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    School was canceled Monday so Will Altenburg, 15, a freshman at Cape Elizabeth High School, rode his bike to Pond Cove to get photos of crashing waves. He got wet but said it was worth it.

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    Rose Lacasse, caretaker at 14 Menikoe Point in Falmouth, stands by a toppled littleleaf linden, a 97-foot tree that was over 200 years old.

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    Downed tree limbs weigh down a power line along Route 88 in Falmouth.

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