Jeremy Renner was run over by a snow plow: This is how he fought his way back to life

Jeremy Renner was run over by a snow plow: This is how he fought his way back to life

In January, Jeremy Renner had a life-threatening accident. Now the actor revealed how hard he fought for his recovery.

His spirit and will helped Jeremy Renner (52) get fit again after his serious accident. The Marvel star suffered serious injuries and broke more than 30 bones after being run over by his own snowplow on New Year’s Day.

Renner was flown to a hospital in Reno, Nevada and spent some time in the intensive care unit. He then started a lot of treatments. “Since January 14th, I have explored every type of therapy,” he writes. Every day he had countless hours of physiotherapy, injections, infusions, stem cell and exosome therapy, red light therapy and oxygen therapy, among other things.

His will helped Jeremy Renner

Renner then explains, “My biggest therapy has been my spirit and the will to be here and push myself to recover and get better…To be exceptional…I feel like it’s my duty , to do that.” He doesn’t want to waste his life after it was spared, but rather give something back to his family, his friends “and all of you who gave me the strength to persevere. I thank you all.”

This is how Jeremy Renner’s serious accident happened

Jeremy Renner was hit by his snow plow on January 1st. He was trying to get into the vehicle when the snow groomer rolled towards his nephew, who was trying to clear the snow from his car. The actor explained on Jimmy Kimmel’s (55) TV show in April how lucky he was. The snow plow “missed all the vertebrae,” did not destroy any organs, and did not swell his brain. “My eye popped out, that’s weird, but yeah… I was very lucky that none of the organs were destroyed.”

Twice nominated for an Oscar

The actor has been nominated for an Oscar twice so far, for his roles in “The Hurt Locker” (2008) and “The Town” (2010). Renner is also the star of the Paramount+ series “Mayor of Kingstown,” the Disney+ Marvel series “Hawkeye,” and the “Avengers” and “Captain America” films. He also appeared in the “Mission Impossible” franchise.

Source: Stern

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