Seven weeks after he was nearly killed by a snowplow, Jeremy Renner shares an update on his recovery.
The Marvel actor released a short video of an “electric simulation workout” to strengthen the muscles in his legs following the accident. He played the Beatles song “Lady Madonna” in the video.
Renner, 52, spent two weeks in intensive care More than 30 fractures in near-fatal snowplow accident On New Year’s Day.
The Hollywood star is reportedly using his own PistenBully snow blower Helped move his nephew’s car stuck in the driveway near Reno, Nevada.
But when the six-ton plow began to slide down the hill, Rainer jumped out of the cab and was dragged under the vehicle.
He sustained injuries to his “torso, face, extremities and head,” according to the local Washoe County Sheriff’s Department.
Authorities said there may have been a mechanical problem with the vehicle.
Last month, the Hawkeye actor shared an update on his condition after being cleared to recover at home.
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He wrote: “I want to thank everyone for their messages and thoughtfulness for me and my family…so much love and thanks to all of you.”
“These 30+ broken bones will heal and grow stronger, as will the love and bond with family and friends deepening. Love and blessings to you all.”
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A transcript of a 911 emergency call described the actor being “completely crushed” by the machine as the right side of his chest collapsed and his upper body was crushed.