Jeremy Renner Suffers Traumatic Injury Following Snowplow Accident at His Home in Lake Tahoe

On New Year’s Day, Marvel actor Jeremy Renner suffered a traumatic injury following a snowplow accident at his home in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. According to TMZ, the 51-year-old actor was alone and trying to clear a path out of his home after a massive snowstorm when the unfortunate accident occurred. As a result, Renner lost a lot of blood and suffered “extensive” injuries to other parts of his body.

Fortunately, a neighbor doctor was quickly on the scene and fixed a tourniquet on his injured leg before the air ambulance took him to a hospital near Reno. Renner is currently in “critical but stable” condition at the hospital and is being monitored around the clock with his family by his side.

The news of Renner’s accident has come as a shock to fans, who have taken to social media to express their concern and wishes for a speedy recovery. Marvel co-star and friend Tom Holland also took to Instagram to send his prayers and well wishes to Renner, saying, “sending you the biggest hug and prayers your way brother.”

Renner is best known for his roles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, where he stars as Hawkeye in Avengers: Endgame and the upcoming Disney+ series, Hawkeye. He also recently starred in Netflix’s 6 Underground and the drama Wind River.

Despite his accident, it is expected that Renner will make a full recovery and will soon be back on set. In the meantime, fans are wishing him a speedy recovery and sending their love and support.

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