WATCH: New footage shows Jeremy Renner being airlifted after snowplow injury

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Jeremy Renner attends the LA premiere of “Hawkeye” at the El Capitan Theatre on Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP) Richard Shotwell/Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP

WATCH: New footage shows Jeremy Renner being airlifted after snowplow injury

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New details have emerged about the Sunday snowplowing incident that left actor Jeremy Renner in “critical but stable condition.”

Video footage obtained by TMZ shows a helicopter airlifting a patient it claims is Renner in a snowy area.

The airlift occurred at about 9:50 a.m. following the actor’s injury. Witnessed told the outlet that he was less than half of a mile from his Tahoe home and was plowing the area so his family could get out. The area received a barrage of snowfall on New Year’s Eve.

JEREMY RENNER IN ‘CRITICAL BUT STABLE CONDITION’ AFTER SNOWPLOWING ACCIDENT

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A neighbor said that the plow he was using ran over one of his legs, causing Renner to begin losing a significant amount of blood. Fortunately, another of his neighbors is a doctor and was able to tend to his injury. He reportedly put a tourniquet on the actor’s leg as they awaited the arrival of paramedics.

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It was further reported that police impounded the snow plow around 8:00 p.m. The machine is said to have many safety features and that it should not have been able to run over Renner’s leg.

On Sunday night, a spokesperson said he is “receiving excellent care” and that his family is with him at the hospital.

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