Jeremy Renner broke “30+” bones in a snowplow accident

Marvel star Jeremy Renner gave a health update to worried fans and fellow celebrities. The beloved actor previously had an accident that landed him in the intensive care unit and required at least two surgeries the next day.

Renner has mostly stayed out of the public eye since then, except for the periods when he posted to update them on his recovery progress.

After being released from the hospital earlier this month, Renner shared a picture of himself showing that he is currently undergoing physical therapy and will be back on his feet in no time.

Read on to learn more.

Jeremy Renner is undergoing physical therapy

Jeremy Renner broke more than 30 bones in a snow plow accident

Renner caught it Instagram today to reassure fans that he is slowly recovering from his horrific accident. The actor revealed that the January 1 incident left him with more than 30 broken bones. He also suffered blunt force trauma to the chest as well as orthopedic injuries.

Renner accompanied the message with a photo of herself doing leg stretches as part of her physical therapy at home. The post read: “Morning workouts, resolutions all made a difference this particular new year. It was born out of my whole family’s tragedy, and I quickly focused on uniting love in action.”

“I want to thank EVERYONE for your message and consideration for my family and me. I wish you all much love and appreciation,” the actor continued. “These more than 30 broken bones are healed and strengthened as the love and bond with family and friends deepens. Love and blessings to you all.”

Fans wish the Marvel Star a speedy recovery

Jeremy Renner at the premiere of Hawkeye

Several followers commented on Renner’s post, thanking her for sharing her inspiring journey of recovery and praising her resilience. One follower wrote: “You are a Warrior! I am thinking of you and sending you so much love and strength. You got this!”

Another comment read: “Many love you my friend and your mental strength will help these bones heal. We are here for you!”

One inspired follower said: “Sending you love my brother! You inspire us all. We keep praying to you and your tribe.”

“Thanks for sharing your progress through pictures. It really helps your fans. Keep working on it. You are a positive person and I know you will give it your all. I am so sorry you and your family are going through this. Please be well. Looking forward to your next post,” one fan wrote.

Jeremy Renner was crushed by a snowplow

Jeremy Renner's post on his Instagram page

On January 1, the public was informed that the prodigy was crushed by the 14,330-pound snow plow. The incident happened at Renner’s Tahoe home while he was trying to prevent snow from trapping a family member’s car.

Instead, Renner’s snowplow ran him over, causing serious injuries. The actor had to undergo two surgeries in one day to alleviate the damage caused by the large snow removal equipment. The snow plow is assumed to be either a Sno-Cat or a PistenBully.

Since the incident, Renner has occasionally taken to social media to update his fans on how he’s been doing since the accident. A day after the incident, Renner posted a picture of himself in the hospital, thanked fans for their kind words and said he was “too broken to type.”

Jeremy Renner was released from the hospital on January 17

Jeremy Renner at the world premiere of Avengers: Endgame

On January 5, Renner again posted a video on social media in which he can be seen with his eyes closed while wearing an oxygen mask. His mother and sister were with him and seemed to be having the best time. In the caption of the post, he also joked that he was spending a spa day with his mother and sister.

The read, “A ‘not so great’ ICU DAY turned into a wonderful spa day with my sister and mom. Thank you very much.”

After several days in the hospital, Renner returned home on January 17. The actor announced the news as he told his many fans that he was looking forward to watching the mayor of Kingstown at home. The season premiere of the Paramount+ series aired at that time.

In response to a tweet from the show’s official account, Renner wrote: “Besides my recovery brain fog, I was so excited to watch episode 201 at home with my family.”

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