He was there for the biggest stories during a career than spanned more than 30 years in New York. John Slattery died of an apparent heart attack overnight, Tuned In has confirmed. He was believed to be 63 or 64. Slattery was a fixture at WCBS, joining Channel 2 in October 1984. The general assignment correspondent covered everything from Superstorm Sandy to the Miracle on the Hudson, and of course, the 9/11 attacks.
Prior to that, Slattery spent five years on the street at WABC-TV during the Roger Grimsby/Bill Beutel era.
Slattery was a four-time local Emmy Award winner.
More details to follow.