Over the holiday weekend, one of the most loved TV characters in New York City died in a sad accident. Pablo Guzman, a smart and skilled writer, died on November 26. This sad news came from CBS New York, the station where Guzman had been working.
Reports from The Daily Mail and other news sources said that Pablo had a heart attack. Guzman worked well in his job for some of the city’s most well-known networks. His first job was at Channel 5 in the 1980s. In the early 1990s, he moved on to WNBC (NBC 4). An amazing 16-year run at WCBS TV (CBS 2 New York) marked the end of an amazing trip.
Guzman has seen and heard many important things happen in the city during his work, like the aftermath of 9/11, crime stories, and other important events. Guzman became famous for his interviews on the street, where he got to the heart of the city’s biggest events, like Yankee parades and others.
“Pablo had a unique mix of street smarts and book smarts.” Tony Aiello from CBS New York said that Pablo had a level of street believability that no other reporter in New York history could match.
Deborah and their two kids are left behind because he died. Debbie and their two kids live on. In 2023, we said goodbye to another well-liked New York TV newscaster.