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The demolition derby at the 2015 Orleans County Fair. Photos by Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph.

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Pictured here, from left to right, are James Castrogiovanni, driver Aaron Verge, and Christina Deslandes. The late Bentley Castrogiovanni helped paint the car before his death two weeks ago.

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Pictured here, from left to right, are Michael Martin, who won first place, Brendan Switser, who took second, and Brendan Rhodes, who won third place for the large car feature.

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Firefighters rushed into the pit at the first sign of flames in the cars.

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Heidi Taylor, 17, of West Glover won third place in the small car feature.

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Michael Martin, right, and Howie Switser, left, go head to head in the final. They were the last two standing.

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Tyler Poginy made it through to the finals after driving in the consolation heat. Here the hood of his car drags along in front of the vehicle. Eventually the engine lit up and he had to jump out.

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True to the demolition in demolition derby, this finished car had to be dragged out of the pit.

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From left to right, the winners of the truck and minivan division are David Ofsuryk of Derby in second place, Allan Herman of Barton in first place, and Frankie Vezina of Barton in third.

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The crowd looks on as cars collide and radiators die.

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Five-, six-, and eight-cylinder division demolition derby winner Michael Martin of Danville raises his trophy at the Orleans County Fair Sunday.

Pictured here, from left to right, are James Castrogiovanni, driver Aaron Verge, and Christina Deslandes.  The late Bentley Castrogiovanni helped paint the car before his death two weeks ago.Pictured here, from left to right, are Michael Martin, who won first place, Brendan Switser, who took second, and Brendan Rhodes, who won third place for the large car feature.Firefighters rushed into the pit at the first sign of flames in the cars.Heidi Taylor, 17, of West Glover won third place in the small car feature.Michael Martin, right, and Howie Switser, left, go head to head in the final.  They were the last two standing.Tyler Poginy made it through to the finals after driving in the consolation heat.  Here the hood of his car drags along in front of the vehicle.  Eventually the engine lit up and he had to jump out.True to the demolition in demolition derby, this finished car had to be dragged out of the pit.From left to right, the winners of the truck and minivan division are David Ofsuryk of Derby in second place, Allan Herman of Barton in first place, and Frankie Vezina of Barton in third.The crowd looks on as cars collide and radiators die.Five-, six-, and eight-cylinder division demolition derby winner Michael Martin of Danville raises his trophy at the Orleans County Fair Sunday.

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