911 Log Reveals Jeremy Renner’s Chest Collapsed, Upper Torso Was Crushed Under 14,000-Pound Snowplow

Jeremy Renner

On Sunday, we were hit with the news that Mayor of Kingstown actor Jeremy Renner had to be airlifted to the hospital after suffering from a severe snowplow accident at his home in Nevada on New Year’s Day.

He was listed in “stable but critical” condition.

Renner was helping to remove snow from the area near his home after a snowstorm dumped about three feet of snow in the Mt. Rose-Tahoe area. A number of cars were abandoned and a family member was stuck in the snow.

At one point, he got out of the 14,000-pound machine, which then started to roll away, Renner tried to jump back in the cockpit, however he was accidentally run over.

Video footage was released of the actor being airlifted:

According to the responding officers, he was talking and in “good spirits” considering what had just happened, when they arrived.

The 911 emergency log was obtained by TMZ, we now know more information on the significance of Renner’s injuries.

The log states that you could hear Renner moaning in the background, and adds that he was experiencing heavy bleeding from his head, his leg, and other unknown injuries.

It also stated that Renner had been “completely crushed” by the Snowcat, and was having a very difficult time breathing.

On top of that, it said that the actor’s chest had collapsed as well, and his upper torso was crushed.

Needless to say, it’s a miracle that Renner is even able to post a photo to Instagram right now, considering the significance of his injuries.

Renner also shared an Instagram post as well, updating everybody on how he’s doing:

“Thank y’all for your kind words. I’m too messed up now to type. But I send love to you all.”

You can watch the full press conference below:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock