Jeremy Renner He visited the medical staff who “saved his life” after he was crushed by a 14,000 pound snow plow on New Year’s Day.
On Saturday, the 52-year-old actor spent time at the Renown Medical Center in Reno, Nevada, near his lavish Lake Tahoe residence, shared the photos on Instagram.
“I visited the amazing group of people who saved my life,” he captioned the post that appeared on his Instagram Story.
Renner – who suffered more than 30 broken bones from the accident – was seen wielding a cane while standing next to medical work in one of the hospital’s visiting areas.
Just days ago, he opened up about his weeks in the intensive care unit – which he compared to being in the intensive care room. A “haunted house” due to the voices of another patient as well as the combination of drugs he was taking.
He also told Jimmy Kimmel that he would “apologise” to the nurses who had to deal with him in the early days of his recovery.
Giving thanks: Jeremy Renner visits the medical staff who ‘saved his life’ after he was crushed by a 14,000-pound snow plow on New Year’s Day
He posted another photo showing him standing next to a surgeon and writing, “Thank you,” followed by a praying hand emoji.
Dressed in gray sweatpants, a black bomber jacket and trainers, Renner posed for a photo outside in front of a medical center sign. with four employees.
Renner’s chest was shattered and his upper torso collapsed when he was pulled down and crushed by a seven-ton snow plow near his Lake Tahoe property just hours after ringing in the new year.
He was trying to pull his nephew’s car out of the snow in his driveway when the horrific accident happened.
Renner was heard in agony on the 911 call following the accident, which led to him being flown to Reno Regional Medical Center in Reno, where he was initially listed in “critical but stable condition.”
The Avengers star has been sharing updates about his condition and rehabilitation via social media, including a Jan. 21 post showing him in physical therapy for his legs.
“Morning workouts, all the resolutions changed this very New Years…. Born out of tragedy for my entire family, the starlet quickly focused on uniting practical love.
“I want to thank everyone for their messages and thinking for my family and me…. So much love and appreciation to all of you. Those 30 broken bones will mend and grow stronger, just as the love and bonding with family and friends deepen. Love and blessings to all of you.”
Grateful: The actor posted another photo to Instagram showing him standing with the help of a stick, along with a surgeon, who captioned it: ‘Thank you,’ along with a hand-held praying emoji
With humility: Renner also went outside and stood in front of the medical center sign with four other employees
Scary: Renner had his chest crushed and his upper torso collapsed when he was pulled under seven tons of snow on his Lake Tahoe property just hours after the New Year.
BRUSH WITH DEATH: Hollywood’s leading man shared a photo showing his bruised face, to go along with the more than 30 broken bones he suffered, just days after the accident: ‘Thank you all for your kind words. I am too tired to write now. But I send love to all of you
Updates: Actor Hurt Locker provided updates on his condition, including a photo of him rehabbing in bed that he posted to Instagram on Jan. 21, three weeks after his accident.
Fast Forward is nearly three months, and Renner seems to be doing pretty well compared to Raw photos of him in the hospital, bruised and bandaged.
But Renner still has a long road to recovery ahead of him which will consist of intensive physiotherapy.
Earlier this week, the Oscar nominee walked hand-in-hand with his 10-year-old daughter Ava Berlin Renner at the premiere of the Disney+ mini-series Rennervations, which chronicles Renner’s help for charities by rebuilding decommissioned vehicles for their own uses. New.
He also made a guest appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Earlier in the week, which began with the actor doing a little dance with his cane as he made his way to his chair for the interview.
After the two joked about him being “indestructible” and the host calling him “the toughest Avenger”, Renner shared about his experience in the hospital.
“I kept trying to get out of the hospital once I got in,” he told Kimmel with a big smile on his face.
I’m like, “I’m out of here.” I hate what I’m wearing. He added, which made the live audience laugh. ‘It was terrible.’
When asked how long he had been in the first hospital, one’s father seemed to look at someone he knew in the audience and replied, ‘I thought I was there for a few days, but it looks like I was there for about a week, in the first hospital, right?
Then he explained, “There are two different types of intensive care units. I got kicked out of the first one, which he blamed in part on the medications he was taking.
“First of all, look man, they put you a lot of drugs. It (the hospital) was under construction ICU type. They hadn’t finished the intensive care area yet when I got there. So they put me in like a janitors closet; it’s Like a VIP thing.
By this time, there were more laughs coming from Kimmel and his studio audience.
Humor: During an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Earlier this week, Renner and Kimmel joked about him being “indestructible” and the host calling him “the toughest Avenger.”
The Modesto, California native laughed as he talked about his experience in the ICU right after the accident, comparing it to a “haunted house.”
They didn’t have a bathroom in it, and I’m like, the lights are flickering. And everyone here is groaning, as if they were dying in the intensive care unit. This is like a haunted house,” he joked about his time in ICU One
The Promise Made: Finally, Renner revealed that he’s going back to that hospital this week to apologize to every single one of those nurses. Yes, I will apologise.
The Return: Earlier this week, the Avengers made their first red carpet appearance since a near-death accident for his mini-documentary series Rennervations, which he shared with 10-year-old daughter Ava.
On the mend: Renner continues to use a cane to help with walking three months after the horrific accident that nearly killed him
They didn’t have a bathroom in it, and I love the flickering lights. And everyone here is moaning, as if they are dying in the intensive care unit. “This is like a haunted house,” he joked.
Showing off his acting skills, he added a play on words: “It’s called ICU,” and then proceeded to make a scary monster-like sound, in a haunting tone with plenty of animation: “I…see you….” ,” which made the audience laugh the most.
Renner reiterated that it was “scary” and “like a haunted house”, and that he “wants to get out of this place. I’m not going to get better here.”
He looked more serious, then revealed his intention to go Back to that hospital this week to apologize to each and every one of those nurses. Yes, I will apologize.