Jeremy Renner returns to hospital where he was treated after

Jeremy Renner returns to hospital where he was treated after snowplow accident

Nearly a year after Jeremy Renner's snowplow accident, the actor stopped by the hospital where he was being treated to show his appreciation to the medical staff.

The Kingstown Mayor star shared a photo of himself riding in a RennerVation Foundation fire truck on Instagram on Friday, writing that he recently “drove through Reno, Nevada with joy, blessings and peace.” [pizza emoji].”

Renner added in the caption that he also went to Renown Regional Medical Center to “see children/superheroes, first responders and doctors, nurses and staff at Renown Hospital to pay my respects and share the love, life and to celebrate the blessings it brings to all of us.” Thank you and this community for keeping me here. I am forever indebted to you #loveandtitanium.”

It's been nearly a year since Renner was critically injured after being run over by a 14,300-pound snowcat at his home in Reno, Nevada, on New Year's Day. The actor previously said he was trying to prevent the snowplow from hitting his nephew when it was pulled under the PistenBully, causing him 30 broken bones.

In an interview in April, Renner told ABC News' Diane Sawyer that his chest had been rebuilt out of metal, along with metal plates in his face to support his eye socket and titanium rods in one of his legs. Additionally, he has shared updates on his road to recovery on social media throughout the year.

Earlier this year, the Hawkeye actor admitted that while he had “tried EVERY type of therapy” to help with his recovery, his “biggest therapy has been my mind and the will to be here and push forward.” to recover and get better…”. Be extraordinary.”