Update on Jeremy Renner’s health: Following a snow plough accident earlier this month, Hollywood star Jeremy Renner spent two weeks in the hospital before going home. The 51-year-old actor revealed it on Tuesday while promoting the upcoming season of his popular series “Mayor of Kingstown” in a reply to a tweet from Paramount+’s official Twitter account.
“Outside my brain fog in recovery, I was very excited to watch episode 201 with my family at home,” Renner tweeted.
The two-time Oscar nominee had been injured while attempting to shovel snow off of his own automobile, suffering “blunt chest damage and orthopaedic injuries.” Renner stepped behind the wheel of his snow plough, according to the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, to help a relative whose car was trapped in the snow. When the snow plough started to roll and run him over, he had just managed to remove the car from the snow and gotten out to talk to the family member.
On January 1st, the incident took place close to his residence in Reno, Nevada. He later had surgery and was transported. The actor had posted a photo of his hospitalised face on January 4 and thanked everyone for their well wishes. “I appreciate all of your warm sentiments. I’m currently too messed up to type. But I do send you all my love “Instagram has a post from Renner.
Renner is most known for playing Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s “The Avengers” films, “Captain America: Civil War,” “Thor,” and the Disney+ series “Hawkeye.” He has also appeared in the “Mission: Impossible” films and “The Hurt Locker.”