This case report presents a unique manifestation of complications in a 71-year-old man following blunt renal trauma. Initially, computed tomography (CT) revealed a traumatic left kidney laceration. Hematuria ceased quickly after ureteral stent placement. One week later, hematuria reoccurred while the patient was treated for pulmonary embolism. Multiphase CT revealed two renal pseudoaneurysms as the underlying cause. Renal pseudoaneurysms are commonly associated with surgery or inflammation and rarely seen after trauma. Selective angiographic embolization successfully stopped hematuria. Thereafter, the patient was hemodynamically stable to continue therapeutic thrombolysis. After discharge, the patient remained symptom-free and had an unremarkable follow up assessment.