Recently, Jeremy Renner has been the focus of prayers from people all over the globe.
An accident involving a snow plough and the beloved Hollywood actor has left him in “stable but critical” condition.
Now he finally broke his silence with a devastating photograph that might give you an idea of how close he came to not making it.
Jeremy Renner was the first actor I saw in The Hurt Locker (2008). I still consider him one of the most beloved and undervalued actors in the Hollywood industry.
There should be no doubt that he is a charming man in person.
Given this context, I was taken aback by the news of the New Year’s Day snow plough accident. While helping his family and neighbors remove snow off their driveways so they could drive, the 51-year-old celebrity reportedly suffered serious injuries.
Renner, as far as anyone can tell, has long been a resident of Washoe County, Nevada. A blizzard hit the area on New Year’s Eve, leaving a lot of snow in its wake.
Sherriff Darin Balaam of Washoe County told reporters, “he was being a terrific neighbour and he was ploughing the roads for his neighbour.”
Jeremy had been using his own snowcat, which was involved in the accident.
The actor recently shared a video of himself driving a 4×4 vehicle in the snow; he is also well-known for his roles in films like American Hustle and Mission: Impossible—Ghost Protocol and as Hawk Eye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Reno, Nevada’s mayor, Hillary Schieve, has alleged that Jeremy was helping a stranded car when the Snowcat drove on his leg, causing severe bleeding.
A number of Jeremy’s relatives were around him at the time of the tragedy. Locals reportedly pitched in by providing towels and basic medical care as they waited for rescue responders.
A spokesperson stated the actor had “blunt chest trauma and orthopaedic problems,” both of which were very serious. Two procedures were performed on him after he was airlifted to a hospital in Nevada.
After the operation, Jeremy was taken to the intensive care unit for further treatment. Reports indicated that his status was “stable but serious.“
Actor Jeremy Renner’s publicist, Samantha Mast, updated fans on his condition on Tuesday. For the most part, people’s fears were allayed as a result of the new information.
Mast continued his statement by saying Jeremy “is making good progress and is awake, talking, and in good spirits.”
He is still in the intensive care unit, where his condition is serious but stable. He is overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support he has received. The family would appreciate your continued thoughts and prayers as he recovers at home with his loved ones.
The family of Jeremy had already expressed their gratitude to the medical staff, emergency responders, and everyone else who had shown their support for the famous actor.
A spokeswoman for him said, “Jeremy’s family would like to express their thanks to the amazing doctors and nurses caring for him, Truckee Meadows Fire and Rescue, Washoe County Sheriff, Reno City Mayor Hillary Schieve, and the Carano and Murdock families.”
They are deeply touched and appreciative of all the fans’ support.
However, the actor himself had not supplied any information until very recently. The Hurt Locker actor’s first social media update after the attack was a remarkably exposed photo from his hospital bed.
“Thank you all for your warm words,” he added. “I’m currently too disoriented to type. But I send you all my love.”
On Tuesday, Jeremy Renner’s sister Kym shared new information about her brother’s health. The following is an excerpt of what she supposedly said, as reported by Steve Large of CBS 13:
“We are overjoyed with his development. Jeremy is a fighter who doesn’t play around, according to anyone who knows him. He is exceeding every goal for improvement. We are quite optimistic about the journey ahead.”
Jeremy Renner, a native Californian from the city of Modesto, has a well-deserved reputation for being a generous and caring person who goes out of his way to help those in need.
The actor, now 51 years old, will star in the four-part Disney+ series Rennervations, in which he helps local communities by building unique vehicles for their requirements.