Jeremy Renner returns to the crash site (and where he was saved) a year later

Jeremy Renner returned to the site of the accident but above all to the places where he was saved by an army of beautiful souls made up of rescuers, doctors, nurses and all the staff of the Renown hospital, the hospital in Reno, Nevada, where he was treated. We are talking about the long hospital stay following the serious consequences following his almost fatal accident with the snowplow which occurred a year ago.
The American actor wanted to share on his Instagram account that very important moment for him: his return a year later to thank all his “superheroes”.

The star, 52, shared two posts on IG, one last Friday (containing a photo) and one yesterday (corroborated by several video images), thus revealing that she had recently visited the hospital.
“Crossing through Reno, Nevada with joy, blessings and pizza!!!!” Renner wrote next to a photograph of himself riding in a RennerVation Foundation fire truck.
“I stopped by to say hello to the children/superheroes, first responders, doctors, nurses and staff at Renown Hospital. I pay homage and celebrate the love, life and blessings it brings to all of us,” he continued, referring to the non-profit hospital where he stayed during his long period of hospitalization and recovery.
Renner added, “Thank you and this community for keeping me here… I will forever be indebted and grateful to all of you.”

At the bottom of this article you can look at the two posts by Jeremy Renner shared in recent days on Instagram.

The near-fatal accident

Last year, Renner broke more than 30 bones and underwent multiple surgeries after his snowplow hit him while he was helping his nephew free a vehicle stuck in the snow at his property in Reno on Jan. 1, 2023.
Since the accident happened, the star of Avengers: Endgame she has always been clear about her recovery journey, sharing information, images, videos and every update with her loyal fans.

In an emotional Instagram post shared last November, Renner revealed all the treatments he took to get back to health. “I have been exploring EVERY type of therapy since January 14th…every day,” the star wrote. “Countless hours of physical therapy, peptide injections, intravenous infusion, stem cells and exosomes, red/IR light therapy, hyperbaric chamber at 2.0 atmospheres, cold bath, and the list goes on…,” he added.

Jeremy Renner: “The strongest therapy was my mind”

Renner later said that his strongest therapy was “his mind” and “his willingness to continue to push himself through his recovery.”

He added that he feels “his duty” after the accident is to be “exceptional.” What she says she has understood is the need to “not waste my saved life, but return everything I have received to my family, friends and all of you who have given me the strength to resist.”

A “new music diary” has been released to commemorate the 1st anniversary of the accident

Renner has decided to commemorate the one-year anniversary of his accident with the release of what he described as a “new musical diary”. It is a record entitled Waitas the American magazine reports People.

In an Instagram post published in December, Renner teased the project, writing, “New musical journal – story of life, death, healing, all the things learned along the way.”
He also shared what appears to be the single’s cover image, showing Renner with his arm around his daughter, 10-year-old Ava Berlin Renner, to whom the record is dedicated.
The album Wait was anticipated by the following video clip, released in the last few hours on Renner’s YouTube channel, which you can find just after the two posts celebrating the return to the places of the accident and safety.