Jeremy Renner Recalls What Made Him Survive Near-Fatal Snowplow Incident

Jeremy Renner finally sheds some light on the motivation he needed to get better after his snowplow incident last year.

Jeremy Renner Recalls What Made Him Survive Near-Fatal Snowplow Incident

Jeremy Renner just gave fans a glimpse into everything that went through his head while recovering from the near-fatal snowplow incident.

Everything happened during the appearance of the star in CNN’s New Year’s Eve broadcast, which aired on Sunday.

In the studio, Renner talked to co-hosts Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen about everything.

For those who don’t know, it has been exactly one year since the incident as it occurred on January 1, 2023.

Cooper started the conversation by asking Renner about his “incredible battle.”

To this, he responded by saying, “I feel so blessed to have so many things to live for, brother. I have a huge family, I have a 10-year-old daughter, [and] “I would have disappointed and really ruined a lot of people’s lives if I had passed away, so I have a lot of things to improve on.”

He also went as far as to call himself a “pretty stubborn son of a bitch” and added: “There was a lot to fight for, and recovery was just a one-way street in my mind.”

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The Marvel star also added: “My recovery became a relief for me, because I knew I could give relief to my family, my daughter and everyone it really affected. And to my poor nephew, who was there with me that day, I gave him images that he will never be able to unsee, but I know that my healing would be healing for him.”

While reflecting he also said: “With that, I had never thought about my own physical ailments, my own pain or my own anguish.”

“I had so many things to fight for, so the one-way path to recovery was my mental attitude, and that attitude was always to get better.”

Before concluding, Renner also said: “There is no other option than that. And I continue working on every part, every day, and thank God I have a lot to fight for.”

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