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William Tanzosh

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Deputy Chief


Employment History

  • FDNY Deputy Chief
    Division 8
  • Deputy Chief
6 Total References
Web References
"The heat was very intense upstairs, ..., 18 Sept 2010 [cached]
"The heat was very intense upstairs, and there was no way for her to get down," said FDNY Deputy Chief William Tanzosh. "There was a lot of smoke and the flames were very high."
"Under those circumstances, she felt the need to jump," Tanzosh said.
 UFA In The Media: July 22, 2006 - Staten Island Advance, 22 July 2006 [cached]
The building, with a light pink facade, suffered serious fire damage, particularly in the top-floor apartment on the 269 side, according to FDNY Deputy Chief William Tanzosh of Division 8.
"Tremendous," said Tanzosh of the fire damage.
There was heavy water and smoke damage throughout the building, Tanzosh said.
Tanzosh said no residents were inside the building when firefighters arrived.
"Our units arrived within three minutes ..., 3 Dec 2013 [cached]
"Our units arrived within three minutes and [found] the condition to be a fire in the basement," said Deputy Chief William Tanzosh.
UFA In The Media: April 21, 2006 - Staten Island Advance, 21 April 2006 [cached]
"The wood would burn and the cork inside would smolder," said Deputy Chief William Tanzosh of Division 8.Area residents who called the Advance as the fire raged complained of a rancid, rubbery smell.
Tanzosh also said there was significant debris inside.
To attack the fire, Tanzosh directed Tower Ladder Cos.
"We want the building taken down," Tanzosh said."It is unsafe to the point where we can't commit personnel to it."
A large crack on the building's northern corner is cause for concern, Tanzosh said, adding that some trucks parked in the adjacent Verizon Wireless lot were moved to a safer area.
Firefighters were summoned to the blaze ..., 10 Feb 2012 [cached]
Firefighters were summoned to the blaze by a 911 call at about 12:50 p.m., said Deputy Chief William Tanzosh. When they arrived, about three minutes after, they found flames coming out of the building's front window.
The fire centered on a couch in the living room, Tanzosh said, and when firefighters checked the rear bedroom, they found Ms. Browning "unconscious and unresponsive" on the bed. Although the flames had not reached the bedroom, she was surrounded by smoke and toxic fumes, he said.
"They removed her, performed CPR. EMS arrived on the scene, continued CPR," Tanzosh said. A cat living in the apartment died in the blaze, he said.
Tanzosh said firefighters had not found a smoke alarm in the apartment.
The cause of the blaze remains under investigation, he said.
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