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Jeremy Renner jogs on a treadmill amid ongoing recovery efforts post snowplow accident

Jeremy Renner continues to put one foot in front of the other and stay focused on his recovery more than five months after being crushed by a snowplow. Renner, 52, showed his millions of Twitter followers his "first attempt" with jogging on a high-tech, antigravity treadmill he set up at what appeared to be his home in Los Angeles. "Weight assisted jog on the @BoostTreadmills," Renner wrote.

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Jeremy Renner shares the sweet messages his daughter writes to him on Post-it notes
Jeremy Renner shared sweet post-it notes penned by his 10-year-old daughter Ava he said "inspired" him during his recovery from a serious snowplow accident.The New Year's Day incident left him with 30-plus broken bones.  "My daughter inspires me … what inspires you?" the "Hurt Locker" actor wrote on his Instagram story along with a photo of a Post-it note with "Hi beautiful" and a smiley face and a heart written in Sharpie on the mirror in his workout room.  A second photo showed another sticky note with "Just keep running, just keep running" stuck to his treadmill.  Renner was crushed by a snowplow and broke dozens of bones on New Year’s Day at Lake Tahoe, California, when he was attempting to help his nephew move a truck stuck in the snow.  Renner exited the snowplow to check on his nephew, but it kept moving, so he jumped back on to stop the snowplow only to get caught in the tread.  The Marvel star was airlifted to a hospital in Reno, Nevada, and had surgery after suffering blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries when he was "completely crushed" by his 14,000-pound PistenBully snowcat.   Last week, the 52-year-old shared photos of him returning to the hospital to thank staff for their care after the incident.  "I got to revisit the amazing group of people who saved my life," the "Rennervations" star wrote on his story.  In March, he shared a video in which he was seen walking for the first time since the near-fatal accident as he used an anti-gravity treadmill.
Jeremy Renner visits hospital staff ‘who saved my life’ after near-fatal accident
near-fatal snowplow accident in January.The actor — still recovering from devastating injuries — shared photos of himself with staff at Renown Regional Medical Center in Reno, Nevada, to his Instagram story on Friday.“I got to revisit the amazing group of people who saved my life,” Renner, 52, captioned the pictures, adding hearts and praying-hand emojis.Another photo showed the Marvel actor with a surgeon, captioned, “Thank you,” as well as a photo of him with his cane in front of the medical center’s sign.Renner’s hospital visit comes after his first red-carpet appearance since the incident for the Disney+ premiere for his series “Rennervations,” as well as his first late-night appearance since on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”The “Hawkeye” star first shared that he was going to visit the hospital during his appearance on “Kimmel.”He revealed on the talk show that he got kicked out of the first ICU he was in, which was under construction, so he was put in what he described as a “janitor’s closet” and said it was like a “haunted house.”“I’m going back to this hospital this week to apologize to every one of those nurses,” Renner declared with a laugh. Renner was critically injured in a snowplow incident on New Year’s Day and was hospitalized after “experiencing a weather-related accident while plowing snow” and suffering “extensive” injuries, breaking over 30 bones, in Lake Tahoe, Nevada.He was airlifted to a hospital near Reno, Nevada, after a neighbor who happened to be a doctor applied a tourniquet to his leg to stop the bleeding.