Jeremy Renner gets a little pampered at the hospital.
The actor posted a video on the Instastories section of his verified Instagram account on Thursday that showed him getting a scalp massage while wearing a plastic cap and lying in a hospital bed.
The video was captioned, “ICU spa moment to lift my spirits. Thank you mom. Thank you sister. Thank you all for you. For your love.”
“It was the first shower in about a week,” Renner can be heard saying through his oxygen mask. “Raw.”
The video was also shared on Renner’s verified Twitter account with a message saying “A” not no [sic] great” ICU DAY, turned into an amazing spa day with my sister and mom. Thank you so much.
He continues to recover from two surgeries after being injured by a snow plow on New Years Day near his Nevada home.
The Marvel star was shoveling snow from a private driveway to help her family members leave her home after getting together for the holidays when the accident happened, her publicist previously told CNN.
According to the 911 call log released by the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office, Renner was “completely run over” by a snowcat vehicle during the incident.
CNN obtained the 911 call log via a public records request. The identity of the person who made the call has been redacted by the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office.
The 911 call was made Sunday at 8:55 a.m. local time.
“Subject was run over by a snow cat,” the newspaper said. Responder yells – Responder declares that subject is down and subject has been crushed.
He later identifies the subject as Renner.
“[Renner] moans loudly in background – severe bleeding,” the 911 dispatcher notes in the call log. “[Renner] bleeding profusely from the head and other [unknown] wounds – [responding person] I don’t know where all the blood is coming from.
Another entry in the journal states that Renner was “completely crushed under a large snowcat [vehicle]and that Renner has “an extreme [difficulty] breathing.” He goes on to read that “the right side of his chest is collapsed – upper torso is crushed.”
Some 49 minutes after the first call, the newspaper says Renner was loaded into a transport helicopter en route to the hospital.
“[Renner] has all kinds of injuries but is currently [breathing] and [conscious]“, we read in the newspaper.
Renner shared a selfie from his hospital bed on Tuesday to express his gratitude for the support he has received.
“Thank you all for your kind words,” Renner wrote. “I (sic) am too messed up now to type. But I send love to you all.
CNN’s Chloe Melas, Taylor Romine, Nouran Salahieh, Tina Burnside, Christine Sever and Lisa Respers France contributed to this report.