Busted smoke alarms. Broken ovens. Mold and malfunctioning exhaust fans.
Those are among the horrors identified by city inspectors during recent reviews of apartments in a Bronx housing tower before it became the scene of the deadliest fire in a generation in New York City, records reviewed by The Post show.
At least 17 people — including eight children — perished Sunday after a space heater sparked a fire that flooded the 19-story complex at 333 East 181th St. with deadly smoke.
The decrepit conditions were documented and ordered fixed by the New York City Housing Authority, which was tasked by federal regulations with
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