How Do You Remove a Bathroom Mirror

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The mirror extends from one wall to the other. It is wedged in and glued to the wall. Water has gotten under it where it meets the backsplash at the bottom and has started to turn black. I want to remove the mirror and replace it with framed mirrors.The mirror is 110" long and 42" wide. What is the best way to do this? Thank you. Linda

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