NEVADA – According to a 911 call log, actor Jeremy Renner was “totally crushed” by snowplowing equipment outside his Reno home earlier this week.
A person was claimed to have been run over by a Snowcat, according to a call log obtained by News 4 and Fox 11 via a public records request from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office (WCSO). The caller was shouting, and the victim was moaning loudly in the background, with major bleeding from his head and other unknown injuries, according to the record.
The caller also mentioned the difficult driving conditions caused by the weather, stating that “the curve is quite ice.” The roads were certified to be passable with the assistance of the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT), with some stranded automobiles to be aware of.
When REMSA and Truckee Meadows Fire and Rescue (TMFR) arrived on the scene, they confirmed that the “Subject is currently breathing” and CareFlight would land shortly. Rescuers later identified the subject as Jeremy Renner.
Renner is resting in a Reno hospital after suffering blunt force trauma to the chest and orthopedic problems, and he has been updating his social media with updates on his status.
Credits: Fox Reno
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