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Richard Picciotto

Special Guest

Biography:

FDNY Battalion Commander Richard Picciotto was the highest-rankingfirefighter to survive the collapse of the World Trade Center. He is atwenty-eight year veteran of the New York City Fire Department. For thepast nine years, he has presided over FDNY's Battalion 11, coveringManhattan's Upper West Side. In 1993, as a battalion commander assigned toLower Manhattan, he was the second chief on the scene immediately followingthe first attack on the World Trade Center, coordinating operations andrescue efforts in the North Tower.

Books:

Past Shows:

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell - Somewhere in Time returned to 5/22/02 when NY firefighter Richard Picciotto (book link) described his heroic efforts when he was the last man out of the Word Trade Center South Tower before it collapsed on 9-11. ... More »

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time

World Trade Center Attacks

FDNY Battalion Commander Richard Picciotto was the highest-rankingfirefighter to survive the collapse of the World Trade Center. Atwenty-eight year veteran of the New York City Fire Department, he also was one of the first on the scene during the first attack on the World Trade Center. In this program, he shares his account of these events. ... More »

Host: Art Bell
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