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    Crews use a giant snowblower and dump trucks Wednesday night to remove snow that plows piled on Commercial Street in Portland.

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    Bonnie Frye Hemphill yanks on her car door as she tries to wedge herself in while digging out of her driveway on North Street in Portland on Wednesday after a blizzard dumped more than 2 feet of snow on Portland.

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    Bonnie Frye Hemphill shovels snow off her car with help from her landlord, John Yates, at right, as they dig out from their North Street driveway on Wednesday after a blizzard dumped more than 2 feet of snow on Portland.

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    Vehicles are covered in snowdrifts on the Eastern Promenade in Portland on Wednesday, a day after a blizzard hit Maine.

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    Portlanders dig out after a blizzard hit Maine Wednesday. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    A shovel won't dig this rubbish truck out after sliding off Rt. 114 in Gorham this morning. Local roads were all ice before road crews spread salt and sand after a blizzard hit Maine. John Patriquin / Staff Photographer

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    Gorham resident Nick Rofe digs out this morning after a blizzard hit Maine. John Patriquin/Staff Photographer

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    Portlanders dig out their cars on the Eastern Prom after a blizzard hit Maine Wednesday. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Elizabeth Fraser digs a tunnel from her front door to the street in waist high snow drifts after a blizzard hit Maine Wednesday. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Good samaritans help Garrett Curtis, the driver, get his BMW up the hill on Cutter Street on the Eastern Promenade as Portlanders dig out after a blizzard hit Maine Wednesday. Gabe Souza/Staff Photographer

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    Gorham Public Works is busy loading and spreading sand on icy town roads this morning after a blizzard hit Maine. John Patriquin / Staff Photographer

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    A wrecker heads to a slide-off on Route 114 in Gorham on Wednesday as roads remained icy after a blizzard hit Maine the day before.

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    Scott Watson of Portland climbs over the high bank of snow in the middle of Commercial Street to make his way to work Wednesday.

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    Elizabeth Fraser digs a path Wednesday from her front door to the street in waist-high snowdrifts in Portland after a blizzard hit Maine.

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    Elizabeth Fraser digs a path in waist-high snow from her front door in Portland to the street.

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    London LaBreck, 10, of Portland, takes advantage of a school snow day and a whole lot of snow to sled in front of his house on Munjoy Hill on Wednesday.

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    Gorham resident Tony Falagario was up early Wednesday to begin clearing big snow drifts from his driveway. It was the third time he'd cleared his drive since the blizzard began. John Patriquin / Staff Photographer

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    The wind sends snow swirling as Gary Plante of Saco snowblows his driveway in Saco on Tuesday and his dog, Biscuit, barks at the snowblower.

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