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Jeremy Renner reveals he broke more than 30 bones in snowplow accident
Jeremy Renner revealed he had more than 30 bones crushed by a snowplow on New Year’s Day.
“Morning exercises, all the resolutions that change this special New Year’s [sic] …it was born out of tragedy for my entire family and quickly focused on uniting a love that works ❤️”, Marvel actor He wrote in an Instagram update on Saturday.
“The 30-plus broken bones will heal, grow stronger and the love and bond with family and friends will grow deeper,” he added, attaching a photo of himself in a hospital bed as doctors prepare for him. Stretch your legs.
The “Hawkeye” actor, 52, thanked everyone for their information and support throughout his recovery.
“Love and gratitude to all of you,” he wrote.
Renner’s friends expressed love and support in comments to the new photo, while his Avengers co-star Chris Hemsworth wrote: “Your [sic] Fellow champions! we love you. ”
“All our aloha ❤️❤️❤️,” added Jason Momoa, while Heidi Klum sent “her love.”
Rainer was run over by a 14,330-pound snowplow near his home in Reno, Nevada, and was hospitalized on New Year’s Day.
The actor was airlifted to hospital, where his rep said at the time he was in a “critical but stable condition.”
The representative also confirmed that he had suffered “blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries” and had undergone multiple surgeries.
While calling 911, a frantic neighbor could be heard telling dispatchers that Renner had been “crushed” by a plow and pleaded for help as soon as possible.
A neighbor added that Rainer was “short of breath” and “in great pain” but “conscious”.
On January 3, Reina posted his first photo in the hospital, thanking fans for their support.
“I’m [sic] It’s too messy to write. But I send you all my love,” he wrote.
Kingston Mayor Star returned home on January 16.
“Apart from my brain fog in recovery, I’m super excited to watch episode 201 at home with my family 🙏❤️🙏,” Renner tweeted Monday about his Paramount+ show.