Jeremy Renner’s scary 911 call: ‘He’s been crushed, ‘in a lot of pain’

Jeremy Renner’s scary 911 call: ‘He’s been crushed, ‘in a lot of pain’

Jeremy Renner’s snowplow accident’s horrifying 911 call was made public on Tuesday by TMZ.

The 52-year-old “Avengers” star can be heard whining in the audio tape as a neighbor cries out to a dispatcher for assistance.

“Someone was run over by a snowplow in front of my house. Over Renner’s sobs, the neighbor said, “He’s been crushed.

The man looked at the actor’s wounds and said, “He got smashed up on his right side. “His ribs, upper right chest, and upper torso appear to be crushed. He also has a brain injury.

Renner was “short of breath” and “in a lot of pain” at the time of the call, but “conscious,” the neighbor said.

Renner, however, was observed to be “slowly drifting off” while awaiting the arrival of the medical personnel.

The neighbor said, “We’ve got him wrapped in blankets. His head is shielded.

One day after Renner revealed that he was recuperating “at home” following his hospitalization on New Year’s Day, the 911 call was made public.

“Someone was run over by a snowplow in front of my house. The neighbor of the actor told the operator, “He’s been crushed.

Late on Monday, a tweet regarding the streaming availability of the “Mayor of Kingstown” second season premiere received a response from the “Hurt Locker” actor.

Renner responded to the tweet, saying, “Outside of my brain fog in recuperation, I was really happy to watch episode 201 with my family at home.

The “Hawkeye” actor shared images of his Nevada house on his Instagram Stories on Thursday towards the end of the previous week.

One day after Renner revealed that he was recuperating “at home” following his hospitalization on New Year’s Day, the 911 call was made public.

He later warned his neighbors to “star safe out there” after a significant snowfall, writing, “Missing my happy place.”

Local authorities claim that Renner was “run over” by a 14,330-pound PistenBully snowplow on January 1 while he was at his property in the Reno vicinity.

Renner was not thought to have been “impaired at all,” according to Washoe County Sheriff Darin Balaam, during the incident, he stated during a press conference on January 4.

Local authorities claim that Renner was “run over” by a 14,330-pound PistenBully snowplow on January 1 while he was at his property in the Reno vicinity.

The actor has kept fans updated on his recuperation since having surgery for “blunt chest trauma” and other injuries; in a hospital photo, he even showed off his facial wounds.

On January 3, he wrote to his social media fans, “Thank you all for your kind words.” “I’m currently too messed up to type. But I send you all my love.

 

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