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    Farmington resident Maggie Camilleri is shown with one of her two cats that she recovered from the scene of a fatal explosion at the Life Enrichment Advancing People building in Farmington Wednesday. Camilleri's home was damaged in the blast. She is currently in temporary housing.

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    Jacob MacLean, 19, left center, carries a tote of belongings Thursday with his brother Scott MacLean, right center, also carrying as much as he can from the family's mobile home, seen in Farmington in the background.

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    Scott MacLean takes a moment Thursday to reflect on retrieving his belongings from his home as his brother, Jacob MacLean, left, removes his mask in Farmington.

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    Betty MacLean carries personal items salvaged Thursday from her mobile home adjacent to the LEAP building in Farmington.

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    Firefighters help carry belongings out of the destroyed mobile home park adjacent to the former LEAP Inc. building Thursday as residents were allowed back in to reclaim personal items.

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    Kelsey Parlin, seen Thursday, must cope with the stress and anxiety of losing her home and living through the explosion that killed one firefighter and injured several others.

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    Scott MacLean stands on the front steps of his family's mobile home — destroyed by the LEAP Inc. building explosion four days earlier — as residents were allowed back in Thursday to pick up personal items.

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    Farmington residents Maggie Camilerri, left, and Ashlan Ankers, put on protective masks before being allowed to return to their explosion-damaged home to retrieve essential items on Thursday. The explosion happened Monday at the Life Enrichment Advancing People building in Farmington.

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    Farmington residents Ashlan Ankers, left, carrying a bag of clothing, and Maggie Camilerri, carrying a keyboard, are escorted by a firefighter near their home that was damaged in the Life Enrichment Advancing People building explosion Monday in Farmington. The couple and others were allowed to return to their damaged homes Thursday to retrieve essential items.

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    Farmington resident Ashlan Ankers balances cups of microwaveable food under his chin while purchasing food and clothing Wednesday with Maggie Camilleri at Walmart in Farmington. A co-worker of Camilleri's gave them a gift card to purchase the items. The couple are in temporary housing after their home was damaged during Monday's deadly building explosion at the Life Enrichment Advancing People building in Farmington.

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    Farmington residents Maggie Camilleri, right, and Ashlan Ankers use a gift card Camilleri's co-worker gave them to purchase food and clothing at Walmart in Farmington Wednesday. The couple are in temporary housing after their home was damaged during a deadly building explosion at the Life Enrichment Advancing People facility in Farmington on Monday.

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    Betty MacLean becomes upset Thursday as people begin to go through her mobile home before she is able to see it for herself at the LEAP Inc. building explosion site.

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    Kelsey Parlin, seen Thursday, must cope with the stress and anxiety of losing her home and living through the explosion that killed one firefighter and injured several others.

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    Jacob MacLean looks for an apartment, house or trailer that he can rent as he sits on his bed Wednesday at the Farmington Motel in Farmington.

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    Kelsey Parlin cleans some personal items outside of her motel room Thursday after her first trip back to her destroyed mobile home.

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    Scott MacLean, sits on the bed Wednesday with his girlfriend Kelsey Parlin, as his brother Jacob, sits on his bed at the Farmington Motel. The three have been displaced from their mobile home, which was adjacent to the LEAP Inc. building that exploded Monday. The Red Cross and United Way have been helping the family while they search for a new place to live.

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    Kelsey Parlin stands at the doorway to her motel room Thursday after salvaging some personal belongings from her mobile home.

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