Jeremy Renner Riding Scooter at Six Flags Park With Family 3 Months After Snowplow Accident
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The 'Hurt Locker' actor enjoys a fun time with his 10-year-old daughter Ava Berlin and other family members while riding a motorized scooter during their visit to the Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park.

AceShowbiz - Jeremy Renner continues to thrive following his scary snowplow accident. More than three months after the near-fatal incident, the 52-year-old actor has stepped out for a fun family outing.

On Friday, April 7, the Oscar-nominated actor took to Instagram to share a photo of him and his family at the Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park in Valencia, California. In the image, he was seen leaning against a pole with assistance from a cane, while a motorized scooter was parked nearby.

The group seemed to have a lot of fun that day, flashing a smile to the camera while posing in front of a rollercoaster. Jeremy's daughter was among them, standing next to her father while holding a plush toy.

"Good Friday," the Hawkeye depicter in Marvel Cinematic Universe captioned the snap. He added, "made magic on the mountain with some of my amazing family! [a heart emoji] sixflagsmagicmountain #thankyou."

In another photo posted on his Story, Jeremy and his family posed in front of colorful flower arrangement that decorated a Six Flags Spring Break sign. He also shared a video of him riding a motorized scooter during the visit to the theme park. "Leading the way. Best I can. SPRING BREAK 2023!!!" he wrote in the caption.

The outing came after Jeremy opened up about the aftermath of the snowplow accident in an interview with Diane Sawyer. In the interview which aired on Thursday, he admitted that he was afraid he would end up "like a spine and a brain like a science experiment."

The "Avengers: Endgame" star added that refusing to submit to thinking of himself as a victim was helping him recover. He said, "As I shift the narrative of being victimized or making a mistake or anything else, I refused to be f**king haunted by that memory that way. That's what I talk to my family about … that I put upon them. We just endured - that's real love. It's suffering, but that feeds the seeds of what love is."

Jeremy is now doing upright workouts and walking on treadmills to help him regain his strength and fitness.

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