Jeremy Renner in critical but stable condition after snowplow accident

Jeremy Renner in ‘critical but stable’ condition after snowplow accident

The actor was hospitalized Sunday after an incident in Nevada

Jeremy Renner was hospitalized after an accident involving a snow plow on Sunday. The 51-year-old Marvel actor remains in “critical but stable” condition, according to his team.

“We can confirm that Jeremy is in critical but stable condition and has sustained injuries after a weather-related accident while plowing snow earlier this morning,” a Renner representative told Variety last night. “His family is with him and he is being well taken care of.”

Renner was at his home in Nevada when the incident occurred. This was announced by the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Confirmed that deputies were responding to “a traumatic injury” on Mount Rose Highway near Reno on Sunday morning. The actor was the only person involved in the accident and was flown to the hospital.


The region where Renner owns a ranch, perched above Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada mountains, has seen heavy snow in recent weeks. In mid-December, Renner shared a photo of his home on social media: “Snowfalls on Lake Tahoe are no joke.”

The actor is best known for playing the superhero Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and has appeared as the character numerous times, including in The Avengers and last year’s Disney+ series Hawkeye. He currently plays the role of Mike McLusky in the thriller series Mayor of Kingstown. The new season starts on January 15th.