The “Hawkeye” star shared a new photo of him and his family at a theme park. The 52-year-old Hawkeye actor has been keeping fans up to date on his recovery from the terrible snowplow accident he was in on New Year’s Day.
Just this past weekend, he shared photos from a recent family trip to Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California, as more proof of his progress.
Renner posted a picture of himself and his family having fun at an amusement park with the words –
“Good Friday, made magic on the mountain with some of my amazing family! ❤️ @sixflagsmagicmountain #thankyou.”
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Renner was holding a cane and posing with his family in front of a roller coaster in the photo. There was also a blue electric scooter in the picture. The actor probably used it to get around the theme park.
Do you know that in his first interview, since he was hit by a snowplow and taken to the hospital almost three months ago, Renner talks about what happened? Renner made it clear he would “do it again in a heartbeat” no matter what happened:
Many of his fans were happy to see him up and moving, so they wrote in the comments to share their happiness and wish him well.
One fan shared –
“Great to see you up and about!”
Another wrote –
“This man is a living, breathing miracle.”
Another fan wrote –
“On your feet already 🥳thats a real hero right there.”
Renner’s friend and actor Dave Osokow wrote –
“So freaking happy to see this…..this made my day… no this made my year my friend 🙏🏼”
In an interview with Diane Sawyer a few days ago, Renner talked about the accident that almost kἰlled him. He gave a more detailed account of his injuries and even said that he wrote his “last words” to his family on his iPhone while he was in critical condition.
Luckily, those messages never had to be sent. Instead, the actor would later thank his young daughter for helping him recover “incredibly fast.”