Jeremy Renner kicked off the Easter holiday weekend at a theme park Friday, three months after his life-threatening snowplow accident.
“Good Friday, made magic on the mountain with some of my amazing family! ❤️ @sixflagsmagicmountain #thankyou,” he captioned an Instagram photo of himself standing next to his relatives with the assistance of a cane.
The “Hawkeye” star, 52, also shared a video on his Instagram Stories that showed him listening to Prince & The Revolution’s 1986 hit “Kiss” on a small speaker as he moved through Six Flags on an electric scooter.
“Leading the way Best I can SPRING BREAK 2023!” he wrote over the clip.
Fans were ecstatic to see Renner back on his feet after his near-fatal freak accident.
“So freaking happy to see this…..this made my day…no this made my year my friend ????????,” commented one person.
“This man is a living, breathing miracle,” added another.
“On your feet already ????thats a real hero right there,” gushed a third.
“Wonderful to see you improving and improving and getting to do this with your loved ones. Continued prayers. ????,” wrote a fourth supporter.
In January, Renner was airlifted to a hospital after a snowplow ran over one of his legs when he and his nephew were attempting to move a tractor out of the driveway and onto the street.
During the bloody accident, the Marvel star suffered blunt chest trauma, orthopedic injuries and underwent multiple surgeries for his more than 30 broken bones.
Earlier this week, Renner sat down with Diane Sawyer to recount his horrifying accident.
“I was awake through every moment,” the “Avengers: Endgame” star recalled in the ABC News interview Thursday. “It’s exactly like you would imagine it would feel like. … I was on asphalt and ice — I wish I was on snow.
Renner added that it felt like “someone took the wind” out of him when the snowplow proceeded to run him over.
“Too many things are going on in the body to feel … pain is everything,” the “Bourne Identity” star said. “It’s like if your soul could have pain.”
Despite his injuries, Renner made tremendous strides through his recovery. Two months after the accident, he shared an image of himself exercising on a stationary bike.