Renner Snow Plow Accident: Renner was born to Lee Renner, who managed McHenry Bowl, a bowling alley in Modesto, and Valerie Cearley (née Tague). His parents married while they were young, and he was only 10 years old when they divorced.
When the seventh and youngest of his seven siblings was born in 2011, he suddenly became a “big brother” at the ripe old age of 40. His mother’s family is Irish. Therefore that’s where his ancestry comes from. Also of German descent are Renner’s ancestors.
Renner graduated from Fred C. Beyer High School in Modesto in 1989. While attending Modesto Junior College, he majored in computer technology and criminology but took an elective theatre class that swayed him toward a career in acting.
Renner Snow Plow Accident: He Suffered “Blunt Chest Trauma And Orthopedic Injuries”!
Actor Jeremy Renner was involved in a snow plowing accident on New Year’s Day, causing “blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries,” according to a statement released Monday night by a representative for the actor.
On Monday, Renner underwent surgery, and as of today, he “remains in the intensive care unit in critical but stable condition,” said the spokeswoman.
Jeremy’s family would like to thank the outstanding medical staff caring for him, Truckee Meadows Fire and Rescue, the Washoe County Sheriff, Reno City Mayor Hillary Schieve, and the Carano and Murdock families, according to a statement sent by his spokeswoman.
They are also very moved and appreciative of the overwhelming support from his legion of devoted followers. According to prior CNN reports, the “Hawkeye” star has undergone two surgeries to treat his accident-related ailments.
They said, “His injuries are extensive.” Renner’s representative confirmed to CNN earlier on Monday that he was hospitalized in critical condition following an injury sustained in Nevada.
After an accident, while plowing snow earlier today, Sam Mast confirmed to CNN that his son Jeremy was in critical but stable condition with injuries. “He has his loved ones there with him, and the care he receives is superb.”
The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office issued a statement saying that officers responded to a “traumatic injury” on Mount Rose Highway in Reno and that the actor, who was nominated for an Academy Award, was a resident of the region.
The sheriff’s office has not commented on the severity of Renner’s injuries or the possible causes of the collision. According to the insider, the actor’s loved ones plan a statement for Monday night.
According to the press statement, Renner was taken to a nearby hospital via care flight after deputies communicated with the Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District and REMSA Health.
Actor Jeremy Renner, known for his role as Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films, and the sole occupant of the vehicle involved in the incident, according to authorities. The Major Accident Investigation Team from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office looks into the incident.
I can’t sleep after hearing the news about Jeremy Renner. I’m legit sad & scared. To our partner in crime, our favorite Avenger💜🏹Prayers to you & your Family. Really praying for speedy recovery…C’mon Hawkeye! We need you!😢 pic.twitter.com/0oAhoMAYwk
— Marika (@TrueHaizGrit) January 2, 2023
Renner posted videos and photographs of himself in the snow on his verified social media accounts. His Instagram page features a year-old shot of a forest in a region that receives heavy snowfall. His caption reads, “How would you feel if your driveway looked like this?? I love it when Mother Nature decides my schedule for me.
Renner appears to be operating a snow plow in a video he took two weeks ago and included in his Instagram holiday highlights reels with the comment “pave new routes, holiday adventures.” A picture from a week ago shows a snow hill being cleared out for sledding and the caption reads, “Nearly done with sledding hill for the kids.”
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