Jeremy Renner has a 200-strong collection of trucks, recording studio at Lake Tahoe ranch where he had accident

Jeremy Renner has a 200-strong collection of trucks, recording studio at Lake Tahoe ranch where he had accident
Jeremy Renner has been living in Reno for almost a decade (Theo Wargo/Getty Images and Instagram/ @jeremyrenner)

RENO, NEVADA: The accident of Jeremy Renner has left his fans distressed. ‘The Bourne Legacy’ star was at his remote Lake Tahoe ranch in Reno, Nevada, on the weekend when the incident happened. As per reports, the mansion located in the Sierra Nevada mountains is worth $2 million, which includes a recording studio along with drum kit, guitars and pianos.

The property also reportedly features an outdoor area with a fire pit as well as several snow plows and fire trucks. It has been said that the actor has worked on hundreds of damaged fire trucks, ambulances and snow plows at his ranch, so that they could be helpful for the locals during wildfires and wild storms.

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Renner keeps sharing pictures and videos of him from his hidden gem place. He often takes matter in own hands when it comes to clearing roads and driveways of snow. On Sunday, January 1, he was reportedly doing the same thing when he got wounded and was taken to the hospital for treatment. Later, a spokesperson for him reportedly said, “We can confirm Jeremy is in critical but stable condition with injuries suffered after experiencing a weather-related accident while plowing snow earlier today. His family is with him and he is receiving excellent care.”



 

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This comes after the ‘Wind River’ star shared with Men's Health in 2021 that he was making a fire station in Reno since it’s a “hot zone for fires”. He reportedly stated, “There's been a fire not a half mile from where my house is. Pretty threatening. I'm using fire trucks for defensible space and for protecting my neighborhood, all the people up there.”

Men's Health also said that “unlike the rest of us, he didn’t spend the pandemic bingeing on Netflix and death-scrolling Instagram. He spent nights bidding on fire trucks in online auctions, and he’s amassed quite a few.” He had remarked at the time, “I had 30 fire trucks a hundred feet from a hydrant. Not because they’re there to firefight, but they all potentially could.”

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Besides, the 51-year-old was honored in 2018 by Washoe County Sheriff's Office by making him a deputy. In 2021, he reportedly told the ‘Kelly Clarkson Show,’ “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.”

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Not just that, the Lake Tahoe ranch also has a space for Renner's nine-year-old daughter, Ava. During the pandemic, the father-daughter duo reportedly spent time there while camping outside and watching the stars. Renner had told the Reno Gazette Journal a few years ago, “In a big city, it's hard to find community and even know your neighbors in a big city, but with Reno, I find I know quite a few people here. It's just big enough, and it's just small enough for me, and I love it.”

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