As of now, actor Jeremy Renner has undergone two surgeries to address injuries he sustained in a snow plowing accident on New Year’s Day.
“His injuries are extensive” they stated.
On Monday, Renner’s publicist confirmed that he is in critical condition following an injury sustained in Nevada.
“As of now, we can confirm Jeremy is in critical but stable condition with injuries suffered after experiencing a weather related accident while plowing snow earlier today,” Mast said in a statement. “His family is with him and he is receiving excellent care.”
A police officer responded to a “traumatic injury” in Reno near Mount Rose Highway, according to a press release from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, which has previously said the Academy Award-nominated actor lived nearby.
The sheriff’s office did not provide information regarding Renner’s injuries or the cause of the accident.
His family is expected to release a statement Monday evening, according to the source.
In a press release, it was stated that deputies coordinated with the Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District and REMSA Health so that Renner would be transported to a local area hospital via care flight.
Officials have reported that Renner, who stars in the Paramount+ series “Mayor of Kingstown” and appeared in several Marvel Cinematic Universe films, including the role of Hawkeye, was the only person involved in the accident.
The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office Major Accident Investigation Team is investigating the incident.
In his verified social media accounts, Renner has posted multiple videos and photos depicting him in snowy conditions.
A photo posted on his Instagram account a year ago depicts a group of trees in an area with significant snowfall.
“How would you feel if your driveway looked like this??,” he writes in his caption. “I’m so happy Mother Nature dictates my day!”
The video posted two weeks ago and featured in Renner’s Instagram holiday highlights reel appears to show him operating a snow plow with the caption, “pave new paths, holiday adventures.”
Another photograph from a week ago shows snow being plowed with the caption, “Nearly done with sledding hill for the kids.”