Jeremy Renner’s unexpected snow plow accident injuries are worse and may take two years to heal
According to a recent story, Jeremy Renner’s injuries from his bizarre snow plow accident are more serious than anyone realizes and could take two years to heal completely. The New Year’s Day incident in which the Marvel actor was run over by large machinery close to his Reno, Nevada, home resulted in catastrophic injuries.
According to a statement from his agent, Jeremy Renner was rushed to the hospital for “blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries.”
Jeremy Renner had surgery and is now recovering in the hospital, where he has subsequently posted some videos and selfies. The “Hawkeye” actor’s situation is worse than what has been made public, according to a person close to him, according to Radar Online.
“It’s much worse than anyone knows,” the source said. “Jeremy Renner is very aware of the fact that he almost died out there.”
When Jeremy Renner, 42, started moving his Kässbohrer PistenBully snow plow on its own, he was assisting a stranded vehicle. The 6.5-ton plow drove him over as he tried to jump behind the wheel and halt it, breaking his leg. The actor who was nominated for an Oscar had “great difficulty” breathing and was suffering from a severe brain hemorrhage. According to a 911 report that TMZ was able to get, the right side of his chest collapsed as his upper torso was crushed by the car.
“Word is the damage to Jeremy’s chest was so substantial, it had to be reconstructed in surgery,” a source told Radar Online.
According to an insider, Jeremy Renner’s recuperation could take two years to complete. He has already undergone two surgeries, and the insider predicted that he would need more for his leg in the coming weeks. As is the case here, doctors frequently spread out procedures to give the body time to begin its own healing process.