Beloved actor Jeremy Renner has revealed major progress in his recovery since his terrible accident earlier this year. Fans of the actor were distraught when he faced a near-death experience during a snow plow accident. The accident happened on January 1, and immediately after, he was sent to the hospital to seek treatment for his blunt chest trauma and several orthopedic injuries. Now, the “Hawkeye” actor has shared some footage showing the progress he has made following the accident.
Renner Makes Progress Towards Healing
Tragedy struck on New Year’s day for Actlr Jeremy Renner. The action movie star is known for being incredibly active and he loves spending time outdoors. Renner was celebrating the new year out in the snow. Unfortunately, there was an accident, and Jeremy ended up being crushed by a massive snow plow. The snow plow weighs over 14,333 pounds, so this was a brutal experience.
Thankfully, Jeremy was able to be saved time. According to Jeremy and his family, he easily could have died in the accident. The actor was rushed to the hospital where he received life-saving care for his blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries. A couple of weeks after the accident, the actor revealed that he had broken over 30 bones in the accident. The main point of injury was his leg.
Now, Jeremy has kept fans up to date on his recovery process. The journey had been hard, but he recently was able to share a very optimistic update. In a video posted to his Twitter, Jeremy Renner showed that he is now able to walk again. The video shows him walking on an anti-gravity treadmill. From the looks of it, he seems to be making major progress in his healing journey.
The video is captioned,
“I now have to find OTHER things to occupy my time so my body can recover from my will. #mindful #intended #recovery”
I now have to find OTHER things to occupy my time so my body can recover from my will. #minduful #intended #recovery pic.twitter.com/TuDFSMVJHY
— Jeremy Renner (@JeremyRenner) March 26, 2023
Fans are thrilled to see that Jeremy is healing well and recovering quickly.