‘Even in real life he’s a superhero’: Jeremy Renner Was Reportedly Using His Snowplow to Help a Stranded Car When He Met With Deadly Accident

jeremy renner
Featured Video

Jeremy Renner’s unfortunate accident at the turn of this year has left fans in distress and affliction. The actor who is widely known for his portrayal of Hawkeye in the MCU frontline and comprising 2-oscar nominations under his belt has suffered extensive blunt chest trauma and bone fractures as an implication of the tragedy.

Advertisement

Although the actor is known for putting his life ahead and saving people without considering the ramifications on the silver screen, it seems the actor wasn’t much divergent from the morals of his onscreen counterpart Hawkeye, as he drew a heroic deed before landing in the unfortunate accident.

Also read: Jeremy Renner Has Suffered Such Extensive Blunt Chest Trauma, Bone Fractures That His Survival is Being Called a ‘Miracle’

Advertisement
Jeremy Renner FandomWire
Jeremy Renner

Jeremy Renner was helping another person before involving in the misfortune

The unfortunate event occurred to the actor when he suffered a serious injury at his ranch in Northern Nevada while plowing snow from the road when the snowplow malfunctioned resulting in the agonizing injury. But it seems there are some more layers to the story that eventually led to this unfortunate event.

The actor who is known for saving and helping humanity through his bow and arrow on the big screen hasn’t shied away from performing real-life heroic deeds without his armory, as it is being reported that before the incident, Jeremy Renner was helping a man whose car was stranded in the middle of the snow with his snowplow.

Also read: “I’m a Big Jeremy Renner Fan, However”: Joe Rogan Was Never a Fan of Hawkeye in Marvel’s Avengers

Advertisement
Jeremy Renner
Jeremy Renner in the hospital

Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve, shared this news with Renner’s family while stating, “he was helping someone stranded in the snow”, which unfortunately led him to suffer blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries. The mayor also praised Renner for always being there to help others and the community without shying away. She also praised the Hawkeye actor by stating,

“He is always helping others. He’s always calling and saying, ‘Hey Mayor, what do you need before?’ giving more significant lore to showcase how Jeremy didn’t leave his ethics even after dropping the mantle from MCU.”

The fans applaud the actor for his selfless attitude

After the revelations of the Avenger’s heroic acts, the internet was left in awe of the deeds of Jeremy Renner, and have garnered a lot of praise. People commended his selfless acts and for not dropping the ethics of the hero even without wearing the suit. The fans praised the Hawkeye actor for helping the stranded car in the snow and performing selfless deeds for his community on a regular while calling him the bravest Avenger on and off the screen.

People also shared their agony for the actor’s suffering, calling it unfair for a person who never shies away from helping others to go through such calamity, with thousands of people sharing their respect and wishing him a speedy recovery.

Advertisement
Jeremy Renner FandomWire
Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye

Advertisement

Advertisement

Also read: “Prayers are up for our brother Jeremy Renner”: Mark Ruffalo Sends ‘Healing Goodness’ To Avengers Co-Star after Renner Met With Deadly Snowplow Accident

Jeremy Renner who is set to feature in Mayor of Kingstown Season 2 debuting in the latter half of this month, shared his current condition while expressing his gratitude to the fans for all the love, with fans now hoping for a speedy recovery of the on and off set hero.

Source: Twitter

Advertisement
Avatar

Written by Santanu Roy

Articles Published: 1509

Santanu Roy is a film enthusiast with a deep love for the medium of animation while also being obsessed with The Everly Brothers, Billy Joel, and The Platters. Having expertise in everything related to Batman, Santanu spends most of his time watching and learning films, with Martin Scorsese and Park Chan-wook being his personal favorites. Apart from pursuing a degree in animation, he also possesses a deep fondness for narrative-driven games and is currently a writer at Fandomwire with over 1500 articles.