Jeremy Renner has been airlifted to hospital and is in “serious but stable condition”
Following a “weather related accident,” Jeremy Renner is in “serious but stable condition,” his spokeswoman has announced.
The 51-year-old Mayor of Kingstown is a star, and he reportedly was hurt while ploughing snow. His spokeswoman told Deadline on Sunday that his family is with him and that he is “receives excellent care” from the medical staff.
A medical helicopter was called to transport him to the hospital, according to the article.
The two-time Oscar nominee’s exact location has not been disclosed, but he is rumoured to possess a home around 25 miles from Reno at the Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe resort on Lake Tahoe.
A snow blizzard slammed the area on New Year’s Eve, knocking out power to 35,000 people.
Jeremy, well known for his role as Hawkeye in the Marvel film franchise, is presently playing Mike McLusky on Mayor of Kingstown, broadcast by Paramount+.
The show centres on the protagonist and his/her family, a group of local power brokers in a made-up Michigan town where the sole growth industry is the prison.
The main family of the show tries to restore law and order to the lawless region while exploring issues of corruption, inequality, and systemic racism.
Jeremy discussed his casting, noting that his character “serves as a flawed system of checks and balances.”
The show, which was picked up for a second season last year, will return on January 15 and can be viewed online at that time.