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    Justin Burby, an employee of Keenan Excavating, pumps out the remaining flood water from the Whole Foods employee parking lot on Thursday. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    Natalia Lefebvre, a student at Maine College of Art, talks to her mother, Diane Lefebvre of Skillman, N.J., as Tim King of AAA removes her car from Somerset Street after it was disabled in Wednesday's flooding. Natalia was in Scarborough on Wednesday visiting a family member and didn't realize what had happened in Portland until she went to get her car this morning and it wouldn't start.

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    Condensation fogs the windows of a car parked along Somerset Street after the area was flooded in Wednesday's downpour.

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    Water drains from the driver's side door of a car belonging to Maine College of Art student Natalia Lefebvre as it is loaded onto a flatbed tow truck on Somerset Street in Portland on Thursday.

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    Crew members from Cumberland Public Services repair a washout on Hillside Road in Cumberland.

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    A blue heron flies over the rushing Royal River as it flows over a dam on East Elm Street in Yarmouth on Thursday.

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    Justin Burby, an employee of Keenan Excavating, pumps out the last of the water in the Whole Foods employee parking lot Thursday.

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    Carl Stasio, executive director of Baxter Academy for Technology and Science, looks over the academy's building on York Street in Portland as workers from Servpro clean up from Wednesday's flooding.

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    Carl Stasio, executive director of Baxter Academy for Technology and Science, talks with Chris Steckino from Servpro about Thursday's cleanup from flooding.

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    Dillon Wilcox of Servpro steams the floor of a chemistry lab at Baxter Academy on Thursday, a day after heavy rain flooded the first floor of the building and forced the school to cancel classes for at least the rest of this week.

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    Standing water remains on Portland Pier on Thursday.

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    Portland Pier remained flooded Thursday from the torrential rain that came Wednesday.

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