Snowplow accident victim Jeremy Renner discharged: Home with family; after nearly dying in a snowplow accident, Jeremy Renner has been released from the hospital. Actor, 52, says he was able to stay at home to catch the Season 2 debut of his drama, Mayor of Kingstown.
Despite suffering from “brain fog in recuperation,” the Avengers star stated on Twitter late Monday night that he was looking forward to watching episode 201 with his family at home.
Renner previously posted a snowy road photo on his Instagram story, likely taken near his Nevada residence. ‘It’s a hard journey over the pass,’ he captioned the photo. Keep yourself and your loved ones safe, Reno/Tahoe.
On the first of the year, Renner was critically injured when his PistenBully snowplow ran over him. After a major snowstorm hit the Lake Tahoe area, the Marvel star was seen pulling out his trapped automobile on the property of his vacation house. He was spending time with his loved ones in honor of the season.
“Mr. Renner stepped away from his PistenBully to visit with a member of his extended family. The PistenBully has now been seen to have begun its rolling motion. Mr. Renner tries to climb back into the driver’s seat of the PistenBully to halt the vehicle. Based on our findings, the PistenBully has just run over Mr. Renner. “Earlier this month, the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office in Nevada held a news conference.
“blunt chest damage and orthopedic injuries,” as the doctors put it, forced Renner to undergo immediate surgery. The sheriff’s office estimates that the total weight of the snow removal machinery is at least 14,330 pounds. The Hawkeye actor has informed his fans that he is doing well and has provided multiple updates from his hospital bed.
“We are thrilled with his improvement,” the actor’s sister Kym Renner said to People. “Anyone who knows Jeremy can attest that he is not a pushover. He is completely dominating the set milestones. The future holds nothing but hope for us now.”
A source tells the magazine that the Oscar nominee has a “tough road to recuperate.”