Actor Jeremy Renner is out of the hospital and back home after being run over by an avalanche. And seriously injured earlier this month.
Renner, 52, has been updating fans on his progress since being hospitalized. On New Year’s Day following the accident. On Monday, he shared an update on Twitter.
“Out of my brain fog in recovery, I’m so excited to watch episode 201 with my family at home.” Renner said in a tweet about his Paramount+ television series. “Mayor of Kingstown,” which returned for its second season on Sunday. . .
The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office said the crash happened. Near Mount Rose Highway in Reno, Nevada. Renner has owned a home in the area for several years, according to a 2019 Reno Gazette Journal article.
Renner had blunt force trauma to the chest and orthopedic injuries from the accident. His representative, Sam Mast, said earlier this month. Mast said he was in critical but stable condition in the ICU after surgery on Jan. 2. Washoe County Sheriff Darrin Balam said earlier this month. That Rainer was plowing snow for a neighbor.
Renner went to talk to a family member when the snow began to roll toward him.
Neighbors helped Renner while he waited 40 minutes. For first responders to arrive because of the weather, Balaam said.
“All I can tell you is there was no doctor on the scene,” he said. “It was some good neighbors… who came out with some towels and helped out some.”
A character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He is also a two-time Oscar nominee for his performances in “The Heart Locker” and “The Town.”
He has before posted pictures and videos. On Instagram of himself standing next to a snowdrift. And driving his jeep through icy terrain.