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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    An aerial view of the devastation after an apparent gas explosion at the Life Enrichment Advancing People (LEAP) building, 313 Farmington Falls Road, in Farmington, on Monday.

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    Monday's blast around 8:30 a.m. was heard for miles and had enough force to blow a vehicle across an intersection. Paper, insulation and building debris rained on the area.

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    016explosion An officer gathers information folowing a fatal building explosion in Farmington, Maine Monday September 16, 2019 (Morning Sentinel photo by Rich Abrahamson)

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    An apparent gas explosion that leveled a building in Farmington on Monday also damaged nearby mobile homes.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Wilton Firefighter Stephanie Ellis cradles a dog that was recovered following a building explosion in Farmington on Monday.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Firefighters from Farmington and neighboring towns share their grief while working through the morning in front of the fire station on Route 2 after Monday's deadly explosion just down the road.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Debris hangs from tree branches after the explosion that killed a firefighter on Monday.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Robert F. Bukaty/Associated Press | of | Share this photo

    Maine Gov. Janet Mills hugs Farmington police Chief Jack Peck at the scene of an explosion Monday in Farmington, which is Mills' hometown. To Mills' right is Maine Public Safety Commissioner Michael Sauschuck.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Maine Gov. Janet Mills fields questions during a news conference following a fatal building explosion in Farmington, which is her hometown.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    An aerial view shows the extent of the damage after a gas explosion demolished a building in Farmington on Monday, killing a firefighter and injuring multiple people.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Robert F. Bukaty/Associated Press | of | Share this photo

    A firefighter walks through the scene of an explosion Monday in Farmington that claimed the life of one firefighter and left at least six other people injured.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    The remains of a building teeter after an apparent gas explosion in Farmington on Monday.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Robert F. Bukaty/Associated Press | of | Share this photo

    Firefighters looks through debris at the scene of an explosion Monday in Farmington. The building, which housed the offices of a nonprofit agency, was destroyed.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Donna Perry/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    A firefighter was killed in an apparent gas explosion on Monday morning on Farmington Falls Road in Farmington.

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    The building that housed the offices of a nonprofit agency was demolished in a fatal explosion that also damaged neighboring properties.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Russ Dillingham/Sun Journal | of | Share this photo

    Only rubble is left after a gas explosion leveled a building in Farmington on Monday. A firefighter was killed, at least six people were taken to hospitals and neighboring properties were damaged in the blast.

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    Farmington police Chief Jack Peck, left, awaits the start of news conference in the wake of a fatal building explosion in Farmington on Monday. With Peck is Franklin County Sheriff Scott Nichols.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Farmington police Chief Jack Peck discusses the explosion that killed one firefighter and injured six other firefighters and another man on Monday.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Jacob Gage via Associated Press | of | Share this photo

    A man works at the scene of a deadly propane explosion on Monday in Farmington.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    The area around a building explosion in Farmington is covered by insulation and other debris.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    The landlord of a nearby mobile home park reported that 11 homes were destroyed and 30 people have been displaced by an explosion that leveled a building in Farmington.

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    Farmington explosion 091719 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Nearby buildings and vehicles were also damaged in a building explosion in Farmington.

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    State and federal investigators will work to determine the cause of Monday's fatal building explosion in Farmington.

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    A Farmington building was reduced to rubble after an apparent gas explosion on Monday.

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    Insulation and other building debris littered the area following a fatal building explosion in Farmington.

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