Actor Jeremy Renner has revealed that he broke more than 30 bones in the snowplow accident earlier this month. Jeremy took to Instagram on Saturday and shared a photo lying in bed as his physiotherapist helped him work out. The actor was seemingly at home when lush greenery was seen outside his room. (Also read | Jeremy Renner receives birthday wishes from Anil Kapoor, shares new photo after surgery)
In the photo, Jeremy wore a gray T-shirt and black shorts as he lay on the pillow. His hands were folded as he closed his eyes. He shared the photo and captioned the post, “Morning workouts, New Year’s resolutions all changed this particular New Year… Born from a tragedy for my whole family, and quickly focused on uniting useful love.”
He added: “I want to thank EVERYONE for their messages and thoughtfulness to my family and I…. Much love and appreciation to all of you. These 30 plus broken bones will mend, grow stronger, as will the love and bond with family and friends. deepened. Love and blessings to you all.”
Commenting on the post, actor Chris Hemsworth said, “You’re a champion buddy! We love you.” Singer Gwen Stefani wrote, “Praying for you.” Jeremy also shared the post on Twitter. Responding to that, his other Avengers co-starred Chris Evans tweeted, “That’s a tough m***r. Has anyone even checked the snow cat??? Sending so much love.” Jeremy replied, “I love you brother… I checked the snowcat, she needs fuel.”
Jeremy recently returned home after spending two weeks in hospital following the accident. According to the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, the actor got behind the wheel of his snow plow to help a family member whose vehicle got stuck in the snow.
He was able to free the vehicle from the snow and got out of the snowplow to talk to the family member when the plow started rolling and knocked him over. The accident happened near his home in Reno, Nevada, on New Year’s Day. He was later airlifted and underwent surgery.
Jeremy’s family had shared an official statement confirming that the actor was undergoing surgery following his snow plowing accident. It read: “We can confirm that Jeremy suffered blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries and underwent surgery today, January 2, 2023. He has returned from surgery and remains in intensive care in critical but stable condition.”