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    Cards of hearts with the names of the victims of a recent fire are clipped to ropes around a tree at the Vigil of Lights in Longfellow Park. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    People attend the Vigil of Lights in Longfellow Park across from the house that six victims died in a fire. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    Allen Ewing-Merrill holds a light up high during the Vigil of Lights in Longfellow Park across from the house that six victims died in a fire. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    Attendees hold their lights up high in remembrance of the victims who died in a fire at the Vigil of Lights in Longfellow Park. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    Julia Whyel from Hope Gateway lights a candle with the help of Pricilla Dreyman for one of the victims the Vigil of Lights in Longfellow Park across from the house that six victims died in a fire. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    Allen Ewing-Merrill, left, holds his light up high as Cynthia Esty and Hilma Adams from the Fine and Dandy Quartet in Bangor lead the attendees in Amazing Grace" at the Vigil of Lights in Longfellow Park across from the house that six victims died in a fire. Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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    Cynthia Esty and Hilma Adams from the Fine and Dandy Quartet in Bangor lead the attendees in singing "Amazing Grace" at the Vigil of Lights in Longfellow Park across from the house that six victims died in a fire. Gordon Chibroski/Staff Photographer

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