Jeremy Renner plays Hawkeye, but the star of ‘The Avengers’ looked more like Iron Man as he traveled through New York’s JFK Airport… thanks to a compression device he has to wear almost a year after his horrific snowplow accident.
The actor wore two of the devices — used to improve blood flow and reduce pain and swelling — strapped to his lower legs … along with some warm winter threads during his travel plans on Wednesday.
Although Jeremy has come a long way since miraculously surviving the ordeal of existence crushed by his snow plow on New Year’s Day.
In addition to his broken bones, he also suffered from a collapsed lung and a punctured liver… but ten weeks later he defied the odds when he started walking with the help of a cane.
Video footage captured the horror of the accident… with a team of medics racing to save his life before he was eventually taken to hospital in a critical condition.
As did the actions of the first responders, Jeremy said Jimmy Kimmel months later that his survival was to pure happiness.
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Well, defying the odds looks great on him as he approaches the anniversary of his ordeal.
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