Emergency call log: Snowplough’s Jeremy Renner “completely devastated.”

A 911 call log from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office details some of the injuries Jeremy Renner sustained in a snow plow accident on New Year’s Day.

Call transcript obtained by CNN through a public records request says Renner was “completely crushed under a large snow cat” during the incident on Nevada’s Mt. Rose Highway. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a snow groomer as “a tracked vehicle for driving on snow”.

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office declined to confirm the contents of the CNN report when contacted by the Los Angeles Times on Thursday.

The recording of an 911 call made at 8:55 a.m. Pacific Time Sunday said the Marvel actor was “run over” by the vehicle, according to CNN. According to the Reno Gazette-Journal, Renner keeps a snow plow at his home, which sits on the side of a snow-capped mountain near the ski slopes of Mt. Rose. In a news conference this week, the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office identified Renner’s plow as a 14,000-pound Tucker Sno-Cat.

The call log noted that the “person answering” who dialed 911 “yelled” while informing the dispatcher that Renner was “downstairs” after being hit by the plow. The “Hawkeye” star could be heard “moaning loudly in the background” during the call, the minutes said.

At the time of the call, Renner was “bleeding profusely from his head and elsewhere [unknown] Injuries,” the transcript reads, adding that the caller “wasn’t sure where all the blood was coming from.”

The transcript went on to detail some of the injuries, noting that the right side of Renner’s chest had “collapsed” while his torso had been “crushed.” Despite “all sorts of injuries,” the two-time Oscar nominee was conscious and breathing “extremely.” [difficulty]’ when the call was made, the record said.

About 49 minutes after 911 was called, a helicopter transported Renner to the hospital, CNN reported. After undergoing surgery on Monday, Renner was in critical but stable condition, according to his representative.

On Thursday morning, Renner shared a video on his Instagram Story of himself enjoying a “spa moment” with his mother and sister in the ICU. In the clip, a woman can be seen massaging Renner’s head while another smiles at his hospital bed.

“ICU spa moment to lift my spirits,” Renner captioned the selfie video, which shows him with an oxygen mask over his injured face. “Thank you mom. Thank you sister. Thank you all [of] you for your love.”

During a news conference Tuesday, Washoe County Sheriff Darin Balaam explained the circumstances of Renner’s accident and evacuation. He said emergency response that day was delayed by weather conditions after the Lake Tahoe area was buried under 3 feet of snow, closing roads and forcing drivers to abandon their vehicles.

The sheriff revealed that Renner had used his snowplow to pull his car – which was being driven by a relative – out of the snow. Renner had just jumped out of his snowplow to talk to his family member when the Sno-Cat started rolling on its own, Balaam said. When trying to stop the snow plow from rolling further, Renner failed to jump into the vehicle, which then rolled over him and came to a stop in a pile of snow.

Investigators will examine the snowplow for possible mechanical failures to determine why it started rolling, Balaam said.

After the accident, Renner has received a lot of love and support from his fans, friends and Marvel co-stars – including Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Chris Pratt, Paul Bettany, Alaqua Cox, Josh Brolin and Vera Farmiga. Renner portrays Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

“Thank you all for your kind words,” Renner said on Instagram on Tuesday. “I’m too confused to type now. But I send love to you all.”

https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/story/2023-01-05/jeremy-renner-snowplow-accident-911-call-log-instagram-story Emergency call log: Snowplough’s Jeremy Renner “completely devastated.”

Sarah Ridley

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