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Jeremy Renner After his snowplow accident he is recovering and looking forward with a positive outlook.
The actor, 52, He shared a post on Instagram Saturday morning seemed like physical therapy in bed.
In the caption of her post, Renner wrote, “Morning workouts, resolutions all changed this particular New Year….Free my whole family from sadness, and focus on bringing love together that can act quickly.”
The Mayor of Kingstown The star later said, “I want to thank everyone, my family, and me for their messages and thoughts. Much love and appreciation to you all.”
“As love and bonds with family and friends deepen, so do these 30-plus broken bones mend and become stronger,” Renner concluded. “Love and blessings to you all 🙏❤️🙏.”
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Renner was airlifted to a local medical center on Jan. 1 after being run over by a “very large piece of snow removal equipment” owned by Renner. He was clearing his driveway and helping a neighbor clear snow after a significant snowfall in the area when the accident occurred, his deputies and Washoe County Sheriff Darrin Palam said. Within days of the incident.
According to a statement from her rep, the star suffered “blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries” and underwent emergency surgery the next day.
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A source close to Renner told PEOPLE this month While the actor is recoveringHe faces “a long road back.”
“Jeremy is making positive progress,” the source continued, echoing a sentiment from Renner’s sister Kim, who told PEOPLE The Avengers Star “Crushed all progress targets.”
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Renner’s latest Instagram post comes after the actor returned to his Nevada home for the first time since the accident earlier this week.
Late Monday night, Renner responded to a Twitter post From the officer Mayor of Kingstown An account of the season two premiere of the series. In his tweet, the actor hinted that he was able to watch the new episode of his Paramount+ series from the comfort of his own home.
“Out of my brain fog again, at home with my family 🙏❤️🙏 I was so excited to watch episode 201,” Renner shared on Twitter.
Earlier on Monday, Renner shared a photo on his Instagram story Shows a snow scene In what appeared to be his Reno-area, Nevada home, snowbanks and significant amounts of snow piled up on roofs and trees in the area.
“Missing my happy place…” Renner wrote in the caption, hours before he returned from the hospital after recovering.