New Year’s Eve in California – sounds fabulous and enticing. In fact, holidays in the Russian taiga are no different. Also tons of snow, also a threat to life. Hollywood actor Jeremy Renner, who nearly died under a snowplow, did not appreciate the danger of the January blockades.
The Avengers star went into superhero mode and helped clear the driveway of a Nevada home so family members could go home. But when Jeremy saw that the snowplow didn’t stop but kept moving, he tried to jump on it, but he stepped on the caterpillar and ended up under it. The worst injuries were inevitable.
After coming out of the coma, Renner posted the first photo and even video. The artist does not look good. And this is understandable. He almost died. And even now, when he is under the supervision of the best doctors, he is in serious condition. American doctors do not rule out that we can talk about the amputation of a leg that was hit by a heavy truck.
“Her loved ones are concerned that the damage is significant enough to prevent her from moving like she used to and that she could lose her leg entirely,” says a source close to Renner’s family.
The actor has already undergone two complex operations. And it is not yet clear whether he will remain chained to a wheelchair until the end of his days, or not. In any case, there is no need to talk about shooting again in the near future. Renner’s rehab could drag on for years…
January 7 in the hospital with the doctors Jeremy celebrated his birthday. And now he has returned home, where, under the supervision of his relatives, he began to watch the premiere of the second season of the series The Mayor of Kingstown, where he played the main role.
“Even though my brain is still cloudy and in the process of recovering, I am encouraged to watch the first episode of the second season with my family at home,” the actor is not discouraged.
The Paramout+ company, which premiered the series, as a sign of respect for the actor who survived his second birthday, covered up the bloody wounds on its hero’s face. Much more human.