Jeremy Renner returns home after the accident, but the journey is still very long    La Gazzetta dello Sport

Jeremy Renner returns home after the accident, but the journey is still very long La Gazzetta dello Sport

The actor has returned home just over two weeks after the serious accident in the snow, but sources close to the family say the journey will still be a long one

Jeremy Renner is back home. A little over two weeks after the serious accident he sustained hours into the new year, the two-time Oscar-nominated actor left the hospital he was admitted to and was able to return to his home surrounded by police affection of his Family.

The comment on Twitter

It was Renner himself who unveiled the important news, but without any announcements with much fanfare. The 52-year-old, who recently returned to Paramount+ with the second season of the Mayor of Kingstown, limited himself to a quick comment on the series’ official profile on Twitter: “Brain fog free and on the mend , I was very happy to be able to watch ep. 2×01 with my family at home”.

The fact that Renner is back home is certainly good news. The worst is over, but that doesn’t mean the actor, who was run over by his snowplow near his home near Mount Rose-Ski Tahoe, Nevada, be able to get back to work quickly.

How is Jeremy Renner?

Neither Renner nor his family have commented on recovery times, but it was some friends of the couple who told Radar Online that the 52-year-old’s condition was still worrying: “Jeremy is aware he almost died out there His right breast was crushed, his torso collapsed and he also had a bad head and leg wound.”

Another source expected that it could even take two years before Jeremy can return to his pre-accident form: “He has had two operations so far and will likely need another leg operation in the next few weeks.”

January 18, 2023 – 2:50 p.m