Jeremy Renner shares video update of ‘spa day’ in ICU

When Renner shared a video from his hospital bed, new details emerged about the extensive injuries he sustained after being hit by his own snowcat.

WASHINGTON. New details are emerging about serious injuries actor Jeremy Renner suffered when he used a snow tractor to free a stranded motorist on a private mountain road near his Lake Tahoe home.

According to an 911 log obtained by CNN and Fox News, Renner was “completely crushed” by a snowcat during the New Year’s Day incident.

The magazine also noted that “the right side of his chest was destroyed” and “the upper torso was crushed,” according to CNN and Fox News.

The Avengers star, 51, was seriously injured when he was hit by his own snowcat after he used it to free a car driven by a family member that was stuck in 3 feet of fresh mountain snow on New Year’s Eve, Washoe. Darin Balam County Sheriff made the announcement on Tuesday.

Renner was flown by medical helicopter to Reno Hospital, where he remains in critical condition.

On Thursday, the Oscar-nominated actor shared a video from his hospital bed.

Video, posted on his Renner social media accountswas captioned: “A nice day in the ICU that turned into an amazing day at the spa with my sister and mom.”

“It was the first shower in a week or so,” Renner could be heard speaking through his oxygen mask. “Gross.”

Renner’s publicist said in a statement on Monday that he suffered blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries and remained in intensive care after surgery.

Renner was nominated for an Oscar for The Hurt Locker and The City. His role as a bomb disposal expert in Iraq in the 2009 film The Hurt Locker helped him become a household name.

2012’s The Avengers cemented his role in Marvel’s grand storytelling ambitions, with his character appearing in multiple sequels and getting his own Disney+ series Hawkeye.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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