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    What is left of a pickup truck is hauled away from a multiple-vehicle pileup on Interstate 95 outside of Bangor on Wednesday.

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    Emergency crews work to free victims of a massive pileup on I-95 between Newport and Bangor. Photo courtesy of Maine State Police

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    A crushed car lodged under a school bus in a massive pileup on I-95 between Newport and Bangor. Photo courtesy of Maine State Police

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    Cars involved in a multiple-car pileup await untangling by wrecker crews on Interstate 95 southwest of Bangor on Wednesday.

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    Hermon Fire Capt. Chandler Corriveau, who also is a full-time firefighter with the Bangor Fire Department, center right, helps direct firefighters, troopers and other first responders to check on the many motorists still inside their wrecked vehicles during the multi-vehicle pileup outside of Bangor on Wednesday.

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    Emergency crews work to clear a massive pileup on I-95 between Newport and Bangor. Photo courtesy of Maine State Police

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    A tractor-trailer sits partially tipped over along the side of Interstate 95 in Etna on Wednesday, part of a massive pileup that injured at least 17 people Wednesday.

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    Emergency crews clean up the debris from a multiple-vehicle pileup on Interstate 95 southwest of Bangor on Wednesday.

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    First responders make their way among some of the vehicles involved in a pileup on Interstate 95 outside of Bangor on Wednesday as they check on victims.

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    A Maine State Police trooper takes photographs while a tow truck prepares to clear a car away from the scene of a massive pileup in the northbound lanes of I-95 southwest of Bangor. Kevin Bennett/For the Press Herald

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    Tow truck drivers work at clearing vehicles from the scene of a 40-car pileup in the northbound lane of I-95 in Carmel. Kevin Bennett/For the Press Herald

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    A Ford SUV is stuck between a guardrail and a tractor trailer truck at the scene of a massive pileup in the northbound lane of I-95. Kevin Bennett/For the Press Herald

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    A car that was under the school bus at left is readied for removal as wrecker crews untangle a massive pileup on Interstate 95 in Etna on Wednesday. The driver escaped with only scratches, according to people who helped him get out of the car.

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    Northbound vehicles on I-95 near Bangor sit parked following a massive pileup Wednesday. Kevin Bennett/For the Press Herald

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    Maine State Police troopers work to document vehicles as they are separated by wrecker crews after a massive pileup on Interstate 95 southwest of Bangor on Wednesday.

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    Tow truck drivers work to clear some of the vehicles involved in a massive pileup on Interstate 95 in Etna on Wednesday.

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    These cars involved in the crash have been towed out of the pileup area and are waiting to be transported away. Kevin Bennett/For the Press Herald

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    Crews work at the site of a massive pileup on Interstate 95 in Etna on Wednesday.

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    Emergency crews clean up the debris from a multiple-vehicle pileup on on Interstate 95 southwest of Bangor on Wednesday.

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    A Regional School Unit 19 bus involved in a multiple-vehicle pileup is hauled away on Interstate 95 southwest of Bangor on Wednesday.

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    Hermon Fire Capt. Chandler Corriveau, who also is a full-time firefighter with the Bangor Fire Department, center rear, helps direct firefighters, troopers and other first responders to check on the many motorists still inside their wrecked vehicles during the multi-vehicle pileup outside of Bangor on Wednesday.

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    Hermon Fire Capt. Chandler Corriveau, who also is a full-time firefighter with the Bangor Fire Department, helps direct firefighters, troopers and other first responders to check on the many motorists still inside their wrecked vehicles during the multi-vehicle pileup outside of Bangor on Wednesday.

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