Jeremy Renner is celebrating 10 months of recovery after a near-fatal snowplow accident on New Year’s Day in January.
The actor of Hawkeye He took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a video of him jumping and running down a sloped path. She wrote in the caption: “Today marks 10 months of recovery…. First attempt at any of these activities (especially on a steep slope) and I was brought to tears with joy, hope and gratitude for all your support along with my family and friends.…. I keep pushing for many reasons, but you are my fuel.”
Jeremy Renner’s recovery
It’s a big milestone for Renner, who spent the year relearning how to walk after being hit by a 14,300-pound snowplow at his home in Reno, Nevada. He previously said he was trying to stop the machine from hitting his nephew when he was dragged under the PistenBully, leaving him with 30 broken bones.
Then, the actor Mayor of Kingstown He was airlifted to a hospital, where he underwent surgery for “blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries.” Once he was released, he continued to share video updates about his road to recovery in the following months.
In April, he told ABC News’ Diane Sawyer in an interview that his ribcage was reconstructed with metal, along with metal plates in his face to support his eye socket and titanium rods in one of his legs.
Earlier this month, Renner said that while he has been “exploring EVERY type of therapy” to help with his recovery, his “best therapy has been my mind and the willingness to be here and work hard to recover and be better…. Be exceptional.”
He added at the time: “I feel like it’s my duty to do it. Not to waste my life by being forgiven, but to give back to my family, my friends and all of you who have given me the power to resist. I thank you all.”
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