Storm01-03: David Sparks (in yellow) and Eric Tomkus quickly mend a fence enclosing an emu and a herd of goats at Sparks’ Ark animal emergency service in Windham

Storm04: Two fallen trees pull on the power lines on River Road in Windham.

Storm05-06: Residents of the Little Falls Landing senior living center saw these two trees float past their window before being lodged in the damn.

Storm07: Many fallen trees connected with wires, creating an electrical hazard.

Storm08: Tom Cutting of Jordan’s Store in Sebago lake said the storm washed this ice to the shore of Sebago Lake from the Lower Bay.

Storm09: Windham Town Manager Tony Plante visited the storm shelter at the Windham High School. He is shown here talking to several residents from the Little Falls Landing senior housing center.

Storm10-12: This tree limb landed on the wires and caught fire on Heathwood Drive in Windham.

Storm13: This fallen tree shut down access to Whites Bridge Road in Standish.

Storm14-15: The telephone wires caught this fallen tree on River Road in Windham.

Storm16: Town manager Tony Plante visited the storm shelter at the Windham High School. He is shown here talking to several residents from the Little Falls Landing senior housing center.

Storm17: A falling object knocked a divot out of the Welcome to Windham sign on Route 302.

Storm18: John Gralla of South Windham fills a gas can for his generator on Wednesday. His house was without power at the time and the back of his truck was filled with fallen branches.

Storm19: Utility vehicles were a common sign during the aftermath of the storm.

Storm20 Brian LeBreck, 40, helps pick up a neighbors yard in Basin Harbor in Standish after the storm.

Storm21 Brian LeBreck, 40 chain-saws a fallen tree in Standish. He said the wood will be sent to the chipper and spread over his neighbors flower bushes.

Storm22: Rich Byrne, 34, and Brian LeBreck pitched in Wednesday to clear a neighbors yard in Basin Harbor in Standish after the storm.

Storm23-24: Earl Johnston, 79, puts the pieces of his stone wall back in place in Standish after the storm.

Storm25: This Shaw Acres house in Standish was hit by a falling tree and has a patch on its roof.

Storm26 This moldy log warned motorists about the washed-out concrete above this brook in Standish.

Storm27: This ancient tree was knocked over on River Road in Windham.

Storm28: Griffin Drive off of River Road in Windham was flooded from the heavy rains.


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