Jeremy Renner was “completely crushed” after a snowplow ran him over earlier this week, according to a 911 call log reportedly obtained by TMZ on Wednesday.
The “Hurt Locker” star, 51, was reportedly heard moaning in the background of the call as he was having “extreme difficulty” breathing due to his chest collapsing and his upper torso getting crushed.
He also suffered a lot of heavy bleeding, per the call log obtained by TMZ.
However, the PIO at the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office told Page Six that they cannot confirm the details of the call log obtained by TMZ, telling us they have not released the 911 call yet.
Washoe County Sheriff Darin Balaam revealed during a press conference Tuesday that Renner was “run over” by an “extremely large piece of snow removal equipment” weighing “at least 14,330 pounds” called a PistenBully.
At the time of the freak accident, one of Renner’s neighbors — who happened to be a doctor — placed a tourniquet on his leg until paramedics arrived.
The “Hawkeye” star was then airlifted from the mountain and taken to a nearby hospital, where he was treated for his injuries.
On Sunday, the day of the incident, Renner’s rep shared in a statement that his client was in “critical but stable condition” after sustaining injuries in “a weather-related accident while plowing snow.”
The publicist also told People at the time that the two-time Oscar nominee “suffered blunt chest trauma and orthopedic injuries.”
Renner later gave the public a glimpse into his recovery on Tuesday by sharing a selfie of himself from a hospital bed.
“Thank you all for your kind words. 🙏,” the “Bourne Legacy” actor captioned a photo of himself appearing all bruised up via Instagram. “Im too messed up now to type. But I send love to you all.
It is unclear how long his full recovery will take.