“Morning workouts, resolutions have all changed this New Year,” the actor writes in the latest update after hospitalization
Jeremy Renner revealed the extent of the injuries he sustained in a snow plow accident in a new social media update on his recovery Saturday.
In addition to a photo of the Hawkeye actor who is now out of the hospital and receiving physical therapy, Renner wrote that he suffered “30 plus broken bones” following the New Year’s Day accident near his home in the Lake Tahoe area.
Renner was hospitalized in “critical but stable” condition after the incident with chest trauma and other injuries, and was only discharged earlier this week.
“Morning workouts, resolutions have all changed this particular new year…. Born from a tragedy for my entire family, and quickly focused on uniting actionable love, I want to thank EVERYONE for their messages and thoughtfulness to my family and me,” Renner wrote on Saturday.
“Much love and appreciation to all of you. These 30+ broken bones will mend, grow stronger, just as the love and bond with family and friends deepens. Love and blessings to you all.”
Renner is currently starring in the second season of Mayor of Kingston, in which he plays the unofficial mayor of a small Michigan prison town; the show returned this past Sunday, Jan. 15, after which Renner tweeted, “Beyond my brain fog during recovery, I was really excited to watch episode 201 with my family at home.”