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Jeremy Renner has been hospitalized following a snow plowing accident in Nevada.
The superstar actor is in “critical but stable” condition after being airlifted Sunday to a hospital, according to Deadline.
TMZ reported that the accident happened after his own plow ran over his leg and he started to lose lots of blood. Fortunately for Renner, his neighbor was able to apply a tourniquet. Police have taken the plow, and safety features should have stopped such an accident from happening, according to the same report.
His family is with him and “The Mayor of Kingstown” star is “receiving excellent care,” according to a spokesperson. Renner owns a home near Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe.
Hopefully, Renner is able to pull through and heal up as quickly as possible. The fact he was airlifted is a sign the situation is incredibly serious.
Fortunately, he’s stable, despite being in critical condition. Hopefully, things only trend up for the former star of “The Town.”
Renner got his first huge break with “The Hurt Locker” in 2008 after having a steady career before that, and has since starred in a ton of major hits. Most recently, he’s starring as Mike McClusky in “The Mayor of Kingstown.” Make sure to check back to OutKick for the latest details as we have them.