Actor Jeremy Renner seriously injured in snow plow accident

A-list actor Jeremy Renner was apparently seriously injured while plowing snow in Reno, Nevada, according to his publicist on Sunday. Corresponding KABC TVhe is currently in “critical but stable” condition at a local hospital.

Renner has emerged as one of the leading male actors over the past 15 years, starring in blockbusters such as The Bourne Legacy and Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. He was nominated for an Oscar for his role as Gem opposite Ben Affleck in The Town and for his role as Staff Sergeant WIlliam James in the 2008 film The Hurt Locker. He currently plays Hawkeye in the Marvel: Avengers franchise and serves as executive producer and main cast member of the Paramount streaming series The Mayor of Kingstown.

Officials provided scant details of the accident, save to determine that no other people were involved. According to a sheriff’s office statement, “At approximately 9 a.m. on January 1, 2023, the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office responded to a traumatic injury in the area of ​​the Mt. Rose Highway in Reno, Nevada.” The statement went on to say that police are still investigating the accident.

Renner’s publicist Samantha Mast said: “So far we can confirm that Jeremy is in critical but stable condition and has sustained injuries after a weather-related accident while snow plowing earlier this morning. His family is with him and he is being well taken care of.”

According to the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, Renner resides in Reno and has assisted law enforcement in the area. Actor Jeremy Renner seriously injured in snow plow accident

Laura Coffey

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