Nearly a year after Jeremy Renner’s snowplow accident, the actor stopped by the hospital where he was treated to show his appreciation for the medical staff.
THE Mayor of Kingstown The star took to Instagram on Friday to share a photo of himself riding in a RennerVation Foundation fire truck, writing that he recently went “through Reno, NV with joy, blessings, and (pizza emoji).”
Renner added in the caption that he also visited Renown Regional Medical Center to “see kids/superheroes, first responders, doctors, nurses and staff at Renown Hospital; to honor and celebrate love, life and the blessings it brings to us all. . Thank you and this community for keeping me here. I will be forever indebted to you #loveandtitanium.
It’s been almost a year since Renner was seriously injured after being crushed by a 14,300-pound snowcat at his home in Reno, Nevada, on New Year’s Day. The actor previously said he was trying to stop the snowplow from hitting his nephew when he was pulled under the PistenBully, leaving him with 30 broken bones.
In an interview in April, Renner said ABC News’ Diane Sawyer that he had his rib cage reconstructed with metal, as well as metal plates on his face to support his eye socket and titanium rods in one of his legs. He also continued to share updates on his road to recovery on social media throughout the year.
Earlier this year, the Hawk Eye The actor admitted that while he had “explored EVERY type of therapy” to help him recover, his “biggest therapy has been my mind and the willingness to be here and push to recover and be best…. Be exceptional.
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