Sunday proved to be a harrowing day for Marvel actor Jeremy Renner, who was reported as being in “critical but stable” condition after he was involved in a snowplow collision.

On New Year’s Day, the “Hawkeye” star suffered an injury “after experiencing a weather-related accident while plowing snow” in Nevada. A spokesperson for the two-time Oscar nominee released a statement regarding the incident.

The celebrated 51-year-old actor, widely recognized for his leading part in Paramount+’s “The Mayor of Kingstown,” was quickly airlifted to a nearby hospital situated close to Reno.

Renner, who is hailed as a local hero for his determined work against the formidable conditions of snow and forest fires in the area, has been “receiving excellent care” according to their spokesperson. His family members have accompanied him on this journey.

Nestled close to Reno and Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe, the actor-musician’s home is just minutes away from this 1,300-acre resort that offers something for everyone; no matter the skill level! It boasts seven chairlifts along with three snowboard parks full of groomed ski runs.

Deputies from the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office “coordinated with Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District and Remsa Health to arrange for medical transport of Renner via care flight to a local area hospital,” according to public information officer Kristin Vietti. ““Mr. Renner was the only involved party.”

The sheriff’s specialized team- the Major Accident Investigation Team is currently examining Sunday’s incident in detail, according to Vietti.

On New Year’s Eve, a winter storm swept through the area with an inspiring motto of “Life starts at 8,260 feet”, plunging 35,000 homes into darkness. Unfortunately for thousands of residents in northern Nevada, this was still their reality when morning came.

“I have so much respect for Mother Earth, and Mother Nature,” in anticipation of the severe weather conditions, Renner posted an Instagram video to inform his followers. “I expect to lose the fight but I’ll always give it my best shot.”

Renner, the acclaimed actor most renowned for his role as Clint Barton/Hawkeye in Marvel and Disney+ productions, regularly updates his staggering 18.1 million Instagram followers on his struggles against Nevada’s harsh seasonal elements.

He expressed great enthusiasm in the late days of November around his pre-winter preparations, punctuating it with an excited exclamation that Monday morning had never been more enjoyable! After attending to all necessary precautions for a safe and well-prepared holiday break spent on his property, he was off to enjoy some well-deserved fun.

Jennifer Schuricht, NV Energy’s director of corporate communications, declared that crews have been tirelessly working overnight and further resources are being allocated from both Las Vegas and eastern Nevada to assist in recovery efforts. According to the Reno Journal Gazette, this is an unprecedented response rate.

Schuricht commented that it was too soon to predict when electricity would be restored.

“Our goal is to get everyone restored as soon as possible, but it’s hard to say when power will be back on,” she continued. “Our goal is to get everyone back up as soon as we can.”

To effectively combat the snowfall at his home in Reno, Renner went to extreme lengths by utilizing heavy artillery during mid-December: “Holiday preparations for friends and family,” he asked his followers for their insights. “What are your plans ??”

As a Modesto, California native, John is well-known for his generous spirit in lending aid to fight weather disasters. His most recent endeavor was launching the campaign of building an impressive Tahoe fire station that would become operational by December 2021 – determined to ensure effective efforts are made combatting fires.

“I’m actually building a station at the house in Tahoe because it is a hot zone for fires,” When singer and daytime talk show host Kelly Clarkson, 40, inquired about Renner’s role as a volunteer fire chief, he proudly shared the news with her. “I work with the fire departments up there and they are pretty awesome. They are teaching me and helping me, and I still have to get some more hours in with them.”

On the Thursday preceding a long weekend, he took to Twitter to showcase his handyman capabilities with an announcement of a forthcoming venture about “helping communities by reimagining unique purpose-built vehicles.”

Renner wrote, “There’s no better way to kick off the new year than giving back to those who need it most! Don’t miss #Rennervations, coming soon to @Disney+.”