Jeremy Renner Update Reports Serious Amount of Blood Loss, Extensive Injuries

There are new reports regarding the injuries sustained by Jeremy Renner in a snowplowing accident on New Year's Day. The star of Hawkeye and Mayor of Kingstown was airlifted by helicopter to a hospital in the Reno, Nevada area on January 1st and was reportedly in critical condition. TMZ has new information and video of Renner's status, with the video featuring the actor being taken away in the helicopter. According to a neighbor, Renner was plowing the road outside of his Tahoe home when the Snowcat machine accidentally ran over one of his legs, resulting in heavy blood loss. Another neighbor, who is a doctor, reportedly was able to build a tourniquet to treat the leg until paramedics arrived.

TMZ also reports the police treated the area as an active crime scene, due to the fact that the Snowcat has built-in safety features that should have prevented an accident of this nature. Jeremy Renner is still listed as in "critical but stable condition with injuries suffered after experiencing a weather-related accident while plowing snow," according to his representation. Renner's reps added, "his family is with him and he is receiving excellent care."

Jeremy Renner is widely known for his role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, appearing in multiple films and starring in his own solo series titled Hawkeye on Disney+ which was released in November 2021. His next major role is Season 2 of Mayor of Kingstown, which will begin streaming on Paramount+ in two weeks on January 15th. The series was created by Yellowstone showrunner Taylor Sheridan and Hugh Dillon.

Jeremy Renner Shares Hawkeye Holiday Card

For Thanksgiving, Jeremy Renner shared a poster on Instagram from last year's Hawkeye Disney+ series. The poster shows Renner's take on Clint Barton / Hawkeye working on arrows in a festive workshop, alongside Lucky the Pizza Dog. This came one year after the six-episode miniseries' premiere on Disney+.

"It's been a wonderful, wonderful, you know, blessing, first and foremost," Renner explained in an interview with GQ late last year. "Five amazing friends that we've all shared something very similar and been through a lot of things together personally and cinematically. We shared so much together. That shared experience is where it's all at for me. It's a beautiful thing. And within the world, you know, when it gets to the character and stuff, there's like limitations of like how to really kind of, forward the character, understand the character more. Because, everyone's got a cog in the wheel to support the whole picture. There's been telling, you know, like in Age of Ultron, when Hawkeye had a family. that no one knew about. And this farm in the middle of nowhere, and that was very telling."