Jeremy Renner Recalls Seconds After Being Trapped By A Snow Plow: “Not Today, Motherf*cker!”
Hollywood actor Jeremy Renner has given a very detailed account of what happened on January 1, when he was hit by his 14,330-pound Sno-Cat while trying to get back in it to save his nephew.
Renner told Variety that he and his 27-year old nephew Alex were trying to pull a Ford Raptor out of the snow Plough.
After Alex got link between the two vehicles out of the snow, Jeremy Renner told Diane Sawyer of ABC News that Renner’s plough began to slide on the ice.
Renner didn’t set the parking brake when he got out of the plough to check on Alex because he was worried about his safety.
At that point, he tripped and fell out of the car’s cab.
Jeremy Renner told the magazine Variety, “I was just the idiot who stood on the track for a little while to see if my nephew was there.”
You know what I mean, you shouldn’t have the car running when you’re not in it.
Renner says that it’s like driving a car with one foot outside the door.
But that’s the way it is.
And I have already paid for my mistake.
Renner jumped back into the Sno- Cat to disengage it because he was afraid it would roll back and “sandwich” Alex between the car and the truck, but he was run over.
Renner said, “Oh, by the way, that’s when I yelled as I went under it.”
I yelled, “Not today, you motherf**ker!”
Renner is said to have remembered “all” of the pain.
“I was always awake,” said the Marvel star.
It feels just the way you would expect it to.”
When you look at the machine and remember that I was on asphalt and ice, it’s hard to imagine how that must have felt.
I wish I were on snow.
You felt like you didn’t have any air left.
There shouldn’t be any pain because the body is going through too many changes.
“It sounds like your spirit might be in pain,” he said.
“I could see my eye with my other eye,” Jeremy Renner said about his wounds.
Alex was able to get on the Raptor before the plough hit the car and sent it into a spin.
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