Jeremy Renner Stepped Outside For The First Time Since The Accident

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This is the first time after the accident Jeremy Renner stepped outside his home and appeared for an interview. He faces a near-death accident with a snowplow on January 1st. Since then he has been bedridden for days and was not allowed step outside. He was severely injured, and immediately after the accident, he has been transported to the nearby hospital by air. He shared his news by posting on Instagram. His face was disfigured.

Jeremy Renner Survived, A Good Karma

A spine-chilling story of Jeremy Renner, in his own words. He faced the deadliest accident. He suffered from blunt chest trauma. His face was almost disfigured, it was hard to tell it was him. He recently was invited to The Diane Sawyer interview. The episode with Jeremy Renner will be aired on ABC on the 6th of April. The interview will likely play the whole 911 call recording when the neighbor saw him stuck.

In Jeremy Renner’s words all, he could hear was keep fighting. Not only he, but the doctors and all the nurses also fought tirelessly to bring him back to himself. He could not gain consciousness for a long time. He had to go through surgery.

Jeremy Renner reaches the hospital in critical condition. After recovering he posted a gratitude note on Instagram thanking all his fans. The photo was with his team at the hospital who worked tirelessly to make him better. His family released a statement thanking everyone.

When he was being transported to the hospital he was conscious and he witnessed everything. Jeremy Renner sacrificed himself while trying to save his nephew. He has no regret whatsoever. He proudly said to Diane, if the situation calls for it, he would do it again. His nephew was present at the interview. He told that Jeremy Renner was coming out of the pool of blood. Inujuris has been all over his body. The interview would show his recovery from day 1.

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