In his first interview since the snow plow accident, Jeremy Renner says: "I'm "Messed Up" Right Now."
Jeremy Renner thanked his fans for their "kind words" after suffering serious injuries in an accident and warned them that his road to recovery would be difficult.
Sheriff Darin Balaam said that after Mr. Renner's personal vehicle was successfully towed from its stuck location, he exited his PistenBully to speak with a member of his family.
At this point, it was noticed that the PistenBully began to roll, he continued. Jeremy tried to get back in the car to stop it from rolling, but that's when he was hit by the car, according to Darin.
I'm too messed up right now to type, but I send love to you all. Thank you for your kind words, the Avengers star wrote in a post on Instagram on January 3.
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On January 1, Jeremy was taken to the hospital after being struck by a Snowcat, a huge snow plow, while he was assisting a neighbor.
According to the article, Jeremy's doctor neighbor noticed that the injury was causing him to lose a lot of blood, so he applied a tourniquet to his leg until paramedics could help.
The representative added that his family was by his side and he was being well taken care of.
In a statement, the actor's agent provided an update on his health.
We can confirm that today, January 2, 2023, Jeremy underwent surgery for orthopedic injuries and blunt chest trauma. After recovering from surgery, he is still in critical but stable condition in the intensive care unit.
The Carano and Murdock families, Truckee Meadows Fire and Rescue, Washoe County Sheriff, Hillary Schieve, and Jeremy's doctors and nurses are ...
...all thanked on behalf of Jeremy's family, who is also incredibly grateful for the love and support he has received from his followers.