(WSVN) - Actor Jeremy Renner is out of the hospital after a snow plow accident and now we’re hearing the 911 call for help.

Renner was helping free a relative’s car from a snowstorm when he was crushed in a snowplow accident.

His neighbor rushed to help him and called 911 after the actor was severely injured near his home in Reno.

911 operator: “How’s he doing?”

Caller: “Shallow breath lot of pain. He’s conscious.”

Caller: “We got him covered in blankets, his head’s covered.”

The neighbor stayed on with the 911 operator with Renner drifting in and out of consciousness.

911 operator: “Is he starting to kind of drift off into sleep?”

Caller: “Yeah. Stay awake.”

The accident happened on New Year’s Day after a winter storm dumped 6 to 10 inches of snow and pulled Renner out of his plow.

“Mr. Renner’s personal vehicle which was driven by a family member had become stuck in the snow near his home,” said Washoe County Sheriff’s deputy Darin Balaam.

Jeremy used the plow, also known as a PistenBully, to dig his car out of the snow.

“After successfully towing his vehicle from its stuck location, Mr. Renner got out of his PistenBully to speak to his family member,” said Balaam.

That was when the 1,400-pound piece of machinery started to roll away.

Renner tried getting back into the driver’s seat to stop it.

He was airlifted and rushed to the hospital.

The 52-year-old underwent two surgeries after suffering blunt chest trauma and leg injuries.

The actor shared a post, thanking everyone.

After more than two weeks in the hospital, he was discharged and is recovering at home.

The actor tweeted, Monday “Outside my brain fog in recovery, I was very excited to watch episode 201 with my family at home.”

He was referring to the season two premiere of his TV show “Mayor of Kingstown.”

Renner is expected to fully recover but has a long healing process ahead of him.

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