Actor Jeremy Renner hospitalized in ‘critical but stable condition’ following snow removal accident: report
Actor Jeremy Renner was reportedly hospitalized following a snow removal accident Sunday in Reno, Nevada.
A spokesperson for Renner told Deadline the actor is in “critical but stable condition with injuries sustained after suffering a weather-related accident while clearing snow earlier in the day.”
The spokesperson said he was with his family and “receiving excellent care,” according to Deadline.
Renner has a home near Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe, an area that was hit on New Year’s Eve by a winter storm that saw 35,000 homes without power.
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Renner, best known for playing superhero Clint Barton, or “Hawkeye,” in several Marvel movies and Disney+ TV shows, was reportedly airlifted to hospital.
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The two-time Oscar nominee currently stars in the Paramount+ series “Mayor of Kingstown.” The second season of the show is set to begin airing on January 15.
Renner was previously nominated for Best Actor at the 2010 Oscars for his performance in “The Hurt Locker.”
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The following year, Renner was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his role in “The Town.”