NEWS Jeremy Renner out of hospital after snowplow accident | Jeremy Renner

Actor Jeremy Renner has returned home from the hospital recovering from an accident involving a snowplow that left him seriously injured.

Renner, 52, keeps fans updated by commenting on tweets from his Paramount+ TV show “Mayor of Kingstown” account. “Outside of my brain fog in recovery, I’m excited to watch episode 2.01 at home with my family,” he wrote.

Rainer was hospitalized after being crushed by a snowplow while clearing a driveway near his Nevada home on New Year’s Day. He suffered blunt chest trauma and required two surgeries, according to a statement from his publicist.

“Jeremy’s family would like to send their condolences to the wonderful doctors and nurses who cared for him, the Truckee Meadows Fire and Rescue crew, the Washoe County Sheriff, Reno Mayor Hilary Schiff, and Carano and Murdo,” the statement said. Graham family. They are also very grateful and grateful to his fans for their outpouring of love and support.”

On January 3, Reiner posted an update on social media. The actor, best known for playing Marvel superhero Hawkeye, posted on Instagram that he was “in a mess right now, can’t type. But I send love to you all.”

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That same day, Washoe County Sheriff Darin Balaam told reporters his officers received a 911 call that a man had been crushed to death by his Sno-Cat, a 14,000-pound snowplow.

When he wasn’t in the car, the car driven by Sno-Cat Renner started rolling. He was injured after trying to get back into the driver’s seat.

Weather-related road closures delayed response times, Baran said. Rainer was taken to Reno Hospital by air ambulance. Sno-Cat is impounded.

The rest of the Avengers cast, including Chris Hemsworth, Chris Pratt, Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo, sent their wishes to their co-stars.

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