Jeremy Renner has been discharged from hospital after suffering a snowplough accident earlier this month that left him in critical condition. the actor announced on Twitter on Monday.
Renner was hospitalized on New Year’s Day after sustaining serious injuries in a snow plow accident on his property. He suffered “blunt chest trauma” in the incident, leaving him in critical condition. The ‘Avengers’ actor underwent two surgeries following the accident but was conscious and within two days was posting messages to fans, providing updates along the way.
An initial investigation into Renner’s accident found the 14,000-pound machine began rolling after he used his snowplow to help extricate a family member whose vehicle was stuck in heavy snow, crushing Renner as he tried to regain control .
The Avengers actor stayed in the hospital for just over two weeks and continued to provide updates throughout the hospital stay.
Since being discharged from the hospital, Renner has been active on social media to promote his new show, Mayor of Kingstown, which aired Sunday on Paramount+.
“I hope you all enjoy the show. There’s so much more coming your way,” Renner tweeted.