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Operation Rescue, a pro-life abortion clinic watchdog group, has released a video documenting 100 medical emergencies at abortion clinics in 2019.
The organization states the video is a compilation of actual 911 call clips that include 35 abortion-related hemorrhages, five uterine perforations, and 39 other unspecified incidents that resulted in emergency transport to a local hospital.
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“This video tears the façade off the Abortion Cartel’s favorite rhetoric that abortion-related complications and hospitalizations are rare,” wrote Cheryl Sullenger, senior vice president of Operation Rescue.
We must continue to stand together and defend the constitutional right to safe, legal abortion.
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“One woman spent time in the ICU, one was forced to have a hysterectomy to save her life, and one abortion patient tragically died,” Sullenger said, adding:
Tia Parks died on June 8, 2019, the day after a surgical first trimester abortion at Preterm, an abortion facility in Cleveland, Ohio. Preterm staff failed to diagnose an ectopic pregnancy, which ruptured after the abortion. Parks suffered internal hemorrhaging that killed her.
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In one clip in the video, the 911 dispatcher is heard speaking sharply to a staff member at Whole Women’s Health in Peoria, Illinois, who was not providing her with adequate information about the condition of the patient:
911 Dispatcher: What’s going on there?
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Abortion Clinic: We have a patient who needs assistance.
911: Okay, what kind of assistance?
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Clinic: Transport to the emergency room.
911: And what’s wrong with her?
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911: Okay, is she conscious and alert? I need something other than that. Is she breathing normally? Do you … is there any way you can find out? I mean, that is our protocol – to ask questions to find out how fast they need to come.
The clinic employee then is heard telling the dispatcher the reason...
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