Jeremy Renner Walks for the First Time After Snowplow Accident

Photo from Jeremy Renner’s Instagram

Jeremy Renner Walks for the First Time After Snowplow Accident

By Movieguide® Contributor

Jeremy Renner is continuing to recover from his near-fatal snowplow accident, sharing a video of him walking — the first time fans have seen him on his feet in months. 

“I now have to find OTHER things to occupy my time so my body can recover from my will,” he tweeted along with a video of him walking on a treadmill and talking to someone. 


Movieguide® also reported on Renner’s recovery progress:

Through an Instagram story update on Monday, Jeremy Renner let fans know that he is continuing to work hard to recover from his injuries sustained during his January 1 snowplow accident. 

Renner’s update featured the actor on an exercise bike pedaling with one leg using the assistance of a pole-like tool. “Whatever it takes,” the caption read. The next slide showed Renner working on his “mental recovery too,” as he held a copy of The Book of Awakening by Mark Nepo.

On January 1, Renner was pulled under his snowplow while attempting to help his adult nephew free his truck from the snow. The actor ended up breaking over 30 bones and suffered blunt chest trauma.

After being emergency airlifted to the hospital, the actor miraculously survived the accident and was discharged from the hospital only two weeks later, well on the road to recovery.

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