Jeremy Renner, the actor, has shared an update on social media stating that he is able to walk again, nearly three months after his serious injury from a snow plow accident.
Renner wrote a caption along with the video of him on a treadmill, saying that he needs to find other activities to do, allowing his body to heal and recover. He added hashtags like mindful, intended, and recovery.
Many people have shown their support and encouragement for Renner’s recovery. One person commented on his video, saying “Bro! that’s serious progress in 3 months! Highly Impressed.”
Another fan expressed their pride and admiration for Renner, saying “We as fans are so proud of you and how far you came, your strength, determination and mentality are inspirational to us.”
On New Year’s Day, the 52-year-old Renner was using a snow plow to assist a family member with freeing their vehicle from snow when the accident happened. Renner has shared previous updates where he was seen lying in a hospital bed and he revealed that he had fractured over 30 bones.
Additionally, he suffered from blunt chest trauma and underwent surgery a few days following the accident.
Renner is widely recognized for his portrayal of Hawkeye in Marvel’s Avengers films and series. He has also received two Oscar nominations for his performances in The Hurt Locker and The Town. Despite his injury, Renner has been promoting the second season of his Paramount+ series, Mayor of Kingstown, and a Disney+ show called Reinnervations, which has yet to be released.