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Avengers star Jeremy Renner in a ‘critical but stable’ condition in hospital after snow plough incident

RENO, Nevada – According to his publicist, actor Jeremy Renner was hurt in a snow plough accident on Sunday and is now in “serious but stable condition”. After the incident, which happened while he was shovelling snow, Renner, who is best known for his performances in the Avengers and Captain America movies as well as the Marvel series Hawkeye, was taken to the hospital. The 51-year-old actor is allegedly receiving leading care while his family is present with him in the hospital.

Renner has participated in the Mission Impossible movie series and has been nominated for two Academy Awards for his roles in The Hurt Locker and The Town.

Renner is well known for utilising his own snow ploughs to clean his long private driveway as well as local roads and walkways in addition to his acting job.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, snow accidents can be fatal, with an average of 1,300 fatalities and 116,800 injuries occurring each year in the United States as a result of winter storms (CDC). Numerous things, including slick roads, poor visibility, and driving errors, can lead to these accidents.

When driving in snowy conditions, it’s crucial to take precautions like slowing down, keeping a safe following distance, and storing an emergency kit in your car.