Jeremy Renner Reveals He’s Home From the Hospital After Scary Accident

Two weeks after Jeremy Renner was admitted to the hospital, the Marvel actor shared an update on his health. Read his message below.

By Daisy Maldonado Jan 17, 2023 2:55 PMTags
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Jeremy Renner has a marvelous update on his recovery.

The Avengers actor, who was hospitalized for injuries from a snowplow on New Year's Day, revealed that he's been discharged, noting in a Jan. 16 tweet that he watched the season two premiere of his show Mayor of Kingstown "with my family at home."

Hours earlier, Jeremy wrote on his Instagram Stories that he was missing his "happy place," and sent a message to fans about weather conditions. "It's a rough ride over the pass," he shared alongside a photo of the snowy area near his home. "Be safe out there Reno/Tahoe."

His messages come more than a week after he shared a photo of himself in his hospital bed, thanking the medical staff for their support. "Thank you Renowned Medical ICU team for beginning this journey," he captioned the Jan. 6 post.

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On Jan. 1st, Jeremy was run over by a snowplow while at his property in Reno, Nevada. As a result, the Hawkeye star suffered blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries and underwent surgery.

Since his accident, Jeremy has kept fans updated on his progress through his Instagram. 

In his first post following news of his hospitalization, Jeremy wrote on Jan. 3, "Thank you all for your kind words. Im too messed up now to type. But I send love to you all."

At the time, many of his fellow celebrity friends sent their wishes for a speedy recovery for the actor in the comments. 


His fellow Marvel co-stars took a note from the Avengers and swiftly assembled in the comments.

Chris Evans wrote, "Tough as nails. Love you buddy," while Paul Bettany commented, "Love you mate. Sending you love and healing."

Chris Hemsworth added, "Speedy recovery buddy. Sending love your way!"

Directors of films Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame, Anthony Russo and Joe Russo were also among those offering their support for the actor. On their joint account they wrote, "Sending all of our love, brother, and hopes for a speedy recovery."