After the accident with the snow plow, Jeremy Renner shares a touching letter from his nephew: I’m glad my uncle is still alive.

      Following the actor’s January 1 snow plow accident, his young nephew sent him a touching note, which Jeremy Renner posted on Instagram. Renner was hospitalized for gruff chest injury and muscular wounds after his snow furrow ran him over. The star of “Hawkeye” was driving a Sno-Cat, a snow removal machine that weighs at least 14,330 pounds and is extremely large.

In a handwritten letter, Renner’s nephew wrote, “I am very lucky because my uncle is Hawkeye (one of the Avengers).” I am also extremely fortunate that my uncle survived his accident.

In response to his nephew’s letter, Renner wrote the caption, ” I adore my young man. Auggie, I adore you.

Over the past few months, the actor has used Instagram to update his fans on his recovery. At the end of January, Renner revealed that the slow plow accident caused him to break more than 30 bones. At the same time, he said, “These 30 plus broken bones will mend, grow stronger, just like the love and bond with family and friends deepens.” Best wishes and love to you all.

Renner uploaded a video of himself in physical therapy toward the end of February. The actor was seen pedaling with the help of a pole-like tool as he worked on his leg’s rehabilitation. “Whatever it takes,” Renner wrote on Instagram, referring to a well-known line from the Marvel Studios blockbuster “Avengers: Infinity War.” Endgame.”

“Rennervations,” Renner’s brand-new vehicle renovation show, was announced by Disney earlier this month and will begin streaming next month. The series follows Renner as he decommissions and repurposes automobiles for new uses around the world, transforming tour buses into mobile music studios, delivery trucks into mobile water treatment facilities, shuttle buses into mobile recreation centers, and city buses into mobile dance studios.

Renner commented on the series, “I’ve been on this journey for many years, and I started in my community by building vehicles for people in need.” Be that as it may, a couple of years prior, I thought, ‘How could I in addition to this up and make a greater effect on an entire local area?’ And this show accomplishes that.”

He added, “This is quite possibly of my greatest enthusiasm and it’s a main thrust in my recuperation, and I can hardly trust that the world will see it.”

On April 12, all four episodes of “Rennervations” will only be available on Disney+.

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