The Video Showing Jeremy Renner’s Worst Minutes During His Accident

Jeremy Renner thought he would not survive and wrote farewell words to his family.

Gabriela Castillo

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Jeremy Renner survived the worst accident of his life, which left him with 30 broken bones and other serious injuries.

On January 1st, the Marvel actor was crushed by a snowplow while trying to help his nephew.

Various images of the incident were released, including of the famous Avenger in the hospital, during his recovery, and now there is a shocking video circulating that shows the moment of his rescue.

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The recording, which was released by ABC, does not show the faces of those involved, but it does show the maneuvers they performed to save Jeremy.

In addition, the actor’s body is seen lying in the snow while receiving medical assistance. A few meters away, the machine that almost ended his life can be seen.

Jeremy Renner Thought He Was Going to Die

In a recent interview, the actor said that he was conscious throughout the whole ordeal and that the pain he felt was unbearable.

He even said that while in the hospital, he wrote his final words for his family, thinking that he would not survive.

“I was writing notes on my phone, my last words for my family,” he said. Then he pulled out his phone and read: “Don’t let me live on tubes, on a machine and if my existence is going to be on drugs and painkillers, let me go now,” he said.

Fortunately, Renner held on and gradually improved. A few days ago, we saw him leaning on a cane on the red carpet for his new Disney+ project.

“I’ve been doing this for many years, starting in my community building vehicles for people who needed them, but a few years ago I thought, ‘How can I amplify this to have a bigger impact on an entire community?’ And this is what we do in this series. This is one of my biggest passions and it’s a driving force for my recovery,” the actor explained.

Story originally written in Spanish by Nayeli Párraga in Cultura Colectiva.