Jeremy Renner snow plowing accident: Here’s what ‘critical but stable condition’ really mean

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JULY 19: Actor Jeremy Renner arrives at Lucrecia Martel's "Muta" presented by MIU MIU at a private residence on July 19, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Jason Merritt/Getty Images for MIU MIU)

Jeremy Renner was involved in a tragic accident, but despite being in critical condition, he is stable, according to a spokesperson for him.

Authorities reported a “traumatic injury” on Reno’s Mount Rose Highway.

The 51-year-old “Avengers” star was taken to a nearby hospital after being the sole victim of the snow plowing accident.

A nearby storm caused road closures and power outages in Northern California and Nevada.

The Washoe County Sheriff’s Office did not reveal the extent of Jeremy’s injuries or any other contributing factors. Their Major Accident Investigation Team is also looking into the events.

According to reports, Jeremy Renner was seriously injured while shoveling snow. He was injured “during a weather-related mishap while plowing snow earlier today,” a representative told the Hollywood Reporter.

“His family is by his side, and he is getting first-rate care.”

A winter storm descended on New Year’s Eve in the Sierra Nevada highlands above Lake Tahoe, where Jeremy owns a ranch. Indeed, the “Mayor of Kingstown” star previously stated that Lake Tahoe’s snowfall is “no joke,” and he tweeted a photo of the area covered in snow last month on his Twitter page.

A critical state, as defined by a WebMD article cited in HITC, is one in which a person’s vital signs are unstable and outside of normal ranges.

The patient may still be unconscious or require “critical” care in a hospital’s intensive care unit.

The term “critical” designates the most dangerous condition, according to the American Hospital Association’s (AHA) recommendations for patient status, and is followed by the terms “serious,” “fair,” and “good.”

Furthermore, they urged people to distinguish patients with life-threatening injuries as “serious but stable” from those with a better prognosis.

Following the news of Jeremy Renner’s accident, fans wished the actor and his family a speedy recovery.

One fan couldn’t help but notice how bad the actor-turned-new singer’s year began.

They tweeted:

“2023 you can’t be doing this s*** already.”

A second user said:

“This is awful, I hope he recovers; he’s a brilliant actor and he’s the Hawkeye we all know and love.”

Fans will have to wait for any new information on Jeremy Renner’s health.