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Jeremy Renner released from hospital following near-fatal snow plow accident

Jeremy Renner released from hospital following near-fatal snow plow accident

The 52-year-old revealed he was able to watch the second season premiere of his new TV show at home.

Jeremy Renner has been released from hospital to continue his recovery at home after the Avengers star was crushed by a snow plow on January 1.

The Tag actor revealed he was able to watch the season two premiere of his show Mayor of Kingstown in the comfort of his own home.

"Outside my brain fog in recovery, I was very excited to watch episode 201 with my family at home," the Avengers star said on Twitter.

Fans were quick to celebrate the great news.

One Twitter user said: "Great to hear Jeremy is out of hospital. A really great sign."

A second added, tagging Renner: "I'm glad to hear you are home! I know you have a lot of ups and downs ahead of you, but remember that there are a lot of people who care about you and want to support you. P.S. I loved the first episode of Mayor of Kingstown season two. Can't wait for more!"

The Marvel star has been in hospital since the beginning of the year after he was hit by his own 14,300lbs vehicle outside his home near Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada mountains.

Jeremy Renner/Instagram

The Hawkeye actor was then airlifted and transported to Reno Hospital and has been recovering in the ICU in recent weeks.

Renner even spent his birthday in hospital when he turned 52 on January 7.

A picture was posted on his Instagram story that thanked the ICU team who has been looking after him since the incident.

The Washoe County sheriff's office said a powerful winter storm had covered more than two feet (0.6 meters) of snow on the area on the Saturday night into the morning of the accident.

"He went to retrieve his PistenBully or SnowCat – an extremely large piece of snow-moving equipment – to get his vehicle moving," Balaam said.

"After moving the vehicle from the stuck location Mr Renner got out of the PistenBully to speak to his family member and it started to roll.

"He attempted to try and get into the driver’s seat of the PistenBully. It was at this point that he was run over by the PistenBully."

Two days later the actor made thanked the public for their overwhelming support: "Thank you all for your kind words.

"I’m too messed up now to type. But I send love to you all."

Featured Image Credit: Jeremy Renner/Instagram

Topics: Celebrity, Film and TV, Entertainment, Marvel