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Jeremy Renner Hospitalized After Suffering Traumatic Injury

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Jeremy Renner Hospitalized After Suffering Traumatic Injury

According to a statement from the actor’s representative, Renner was injured while clearing snow and is currently being treated at a hospital.

Jeremy Renner Hospitalized After Suffering Traumatic Injury

The actor Jeremy Renner was hospitalized on Sunday after suffering a “traumatic injury,” according to the sheriff’s office in Washoe County, Nevada.

Mr. Renner’s representative told The Associated Press on Sunday that he was in critical but stable condition following an accident while plowing snow. “His family is with him, and he is receiving excellent care,” according to the representative.

Mr. Renner, 51, has appeared in several films and television series as Hawkeye, a member of Marvel’s Avengers superhero team. He has also been nominated for an Academy Award for his performances in “The Hurt Locker” (2008) and “The Town” (2010).

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office said it responded to the emergency around 9 a.m. on Sunday in the Mount Rose Highway area of Reno. According to the statement, Mr. Renner was the only person involved and was flown to a nearby hospital.

According to The Reno-Gazette Journal, Mr. Renner, who owns a home in the Mount Rose-Ski Tahoe area, has shared several updates on social media this winter as the area has received a lot of snow.

“Nearly finished with the sledding hill for the kids,” a caption on an Instagram video clip of a snow plow said last week.

“Lake Tahoe snowfall is no joke,” he said in a tweet last month that included a photo of a snow-covered vehicle.

Mr. Renner is the star of “Mayor Kingstown,” a thriller whose second season will be available on the Paramount+ streaming service on January 15. Another show, “Rennervations,” will premiere on Disney+ early this year, following Mr. Renner as he works with communities to reimagine purpose-built vehicles.

Over the weekend, the National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for the Reno area, in addition to a warning for the Lake Tahoe Basin. The Tahoe Basin at lake level received between 20 and 24 inches of snow on Saturday and Sunday, according to the Reno Weather Service.

On Sunday, the National Weather Service advised those planning to travel through the Sierra Nevada to prepare for winter driving conditions and warned of icy roads as additional storms approached.

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