Jeremy Renner Avoids Serious Injury in Snow Plow Accident, Excited to Spend Time with Family After Hospital Release

After suffering injuries in a snow plow accident, actor Jeremy Renner was treated and then discharged from the hospital. He tweeted on Monday that he couldn’t wait to watch his new Paramount+ TV show, “Mayor of Kingstown,” with his family after he got out of the hospital.

On January 1st, Renner was using his 7-ton snow groomer to try to release a relative’s car from the snow when the accident happened close to Lake Tahoe. Sadly, he was struck by the car and suffered significant chest trauma in addition to other wounds.

Authorities are currently looking into the accident, but they have not yet discovered any indications of impairment or wrongdoing. At the time of the collision, Renner’s relative was operating the car, and Renner was attempting to assist them in getting out of the snow.

Renner is highly renowned for his acting work in movies including Arrival, Wind River, and The Avengers. He has played at numerous music festivals and has recorded a number of records, making him a skilled musician.

The incident involving Renner serves as a reminder of how abruptly and rapidly life can change. We are happy he is home from the hospital and send our best wishes for a quick recovery.

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