Jeremy Renner Has Surgery After Snow Plowing Accident, Remains in Critical Condition

Jeremy Renner Has Surgery After Snow Plowing Accident, Remains in Critical Condition

Jeremy RennerHis publicist confirmed that he had undergone surgery Monday on a snow plowing accident injury sustained on New Year’s Day. He is currently in critical but stable condition. The Hollywood Reporter.

His publicist stated that the actor was admitted to the intensive care unit after sustaining “blunt-chest trauma and orthopedic injuries” while plowing snow near Reno.

“Jeremy’s family would love to express their gratitude for the incredible nurses and doctors looking after him… They are also enormously overwhelmed and grateful for the outpouring support from his fans,” Sam Mast, a representative, stated in a statement.

On Sunday, the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office in Reno was called to assist with the Hawkeye Star’s residence in the vicinity of Mt. Rose Highway, Kristin Vietti, public information officer Kristin ViettiTHR. Renner was taken to a nearby hospital by local authorities. He was the only person involved. Mast stated that Renner was taken to a nearby hospital by local authorities on Sunday. Renner was hurt “After experiencing a weather-related incident while plowing snow.” Additional details weren’t released.

Renner is currently Paramount ‘s lead Mayor of Kingstown In which he assumes the role of Mike McLusky who acts as a flawed system for checks and balances in the fictional Michigan city.

Since his first Oscar nomination The Hurt Locker In 2010, Renner was one of Hollywood’s most sought-after actors. In 2010, Renner starred with Ben Affleck. The Town He was nominated for his second consecutive Oscar. In 2011, he made his debut as Hawkeye. Thor, This has led to many appearances as the superheroes in multiple films and a Disney series.

Christy Pina contributed to the story.

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