The Marvel actor was flown to hospital in January after injuring himself while moving snow on his industrial plow.
Jeremy Renner is looking forward to the return of his snow plow after his accident on New Year’s Day.
The 52-year-old “Hawkeye” star celebrated on his Instagram Story as the plow left the impounded property to return to his home with two pictures of the vehicle. “She’s finally heading home! 🙏 😃,” Renner captioned a picture of three people working to load the plow while a man in the driver’s seat gave him a thumbs-up.
In another shot of the trial, the Avengers actor wrote, “The cat is getting[s] a police escort…Feels like The Green Mile!” on video of the vehicle driving down the street behind a police car.
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Back in January, Renner was hospitalized after being run over by his industrial snowplow.
“We can now confirm that Jeremy is in critical but stable condition and has sustained injuries after being involved in a weather-related accident while snow plowing earlier this morning,” his spokesman said in a statement at the time. “His family is with him and he is being well taken care of.”
According to the statement, Renner was “clearing snow from his driveway on Sunday so his family members could leave his home after spending New Year’s Eve together” when the accident happened.
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“He also helped clear the snow at his neighbor’s house as everyone up there had been without power for 24 hours and there had been a big snowfall,” he continued. “So he helped everyone clear the snow so people could get out.”
Back then, the The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office also released a statement on the incident, saying they were “responding to a traumatic injury in the area of the Mt. Rose Highway in Reno, Nevada.”
“Upon arrival, deputies coordinated with the Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District and REMSA Health to arrange for Mr. Jeremy Renner’s medical transport via care flight to a local hospital,” officials said. “Mr. Renner was the only person involved in the incident.”
TMZ reported that Renner’s Snowcat ran over one of his legs and that he lost a lot of blood from the injury. A neighbor put a tourniquet on him until paramedics arrived and took him away by helicopter.