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Yonkers Fire Department

Battalion Chief

Yonkers Fire Department

Yonkers Battalion Fire Chief

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Yonkers blaze injures 2 firefighters

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"We had at least two older females that were in the hallway (who) were overcome by smoke," Battalion Chief Max Coyle of the Yonkers Fire Department said."They wound up being transported to the hospital."

Coyle said two firefighters were also injured, including one who became ill. Details regarding the other injury were not available.
The fire was extinguished by 9 a.m.


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"He was a pretty tough cookie in his younger days," said Assistant Chief Maxwell Coyle of the Yonkers Fire Department, one of Coyle's four sons.

But he also described his father as a devout Catholic who attended Mass at St. Joseph's Church in Yonkers at 9 a.m. every Sunday and would spend 11 months of the year canoeing the Hudson River with his dog, Rinty.
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Coyle is survived by his wife; twin sons, Malcolm of Garnerville and Ian of Stony Point, both retired from the Yonkers Fire Department; and sons Assistant Fire Chief Maxwell Coyle of Yonkers and Bruce Coyle of Livermore, Calif.


"He was a pretty tough cookie ...

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"He was a pretty tough cookie in his younger days," said Assistant Chief Maxwell Coyle of the Yonkers Fire Department, one of Coyle's four sons.

But he also described his father as a devout Catholic who attended Mass at
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Coyle is survived by his wife; twin sons, Malcolm of Garnerville and Ian of Stony Point, both retired from the Yonkers Fire Department; and sons Assistant Fire Chief Maxwell Coyle of Yonkers and Bruce Coyle of Livermore, Calif.


Daily Record - State - Student pilot, teacher saved as plane dives into Hudson

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Max Coyle, a Yonkers battalion fire chief, said his unit received a call from Westchester County fire control about a plane in the water about a mile north of the Bronx border.First responders "saw two people in the water, one clinging to wreckage and one swimming with the aid of a seat cushion,"he said.


Yonkers Fire Department's ...

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Yonkers Fire Department's Assistant Chief Max Coyle pointed out the homes are more than century old.They are mostly wood framed, and are situated very close together.He said this makes it hard to keep the fire from spreading.Also, many are abandoned buildings often housing squatters.

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