Planned Parenthood calls ambulance for patient because they could not stop bleeding
New 911 recordings obtained by Operation Rescue show that a Planned Parenthood patient in Spokane who was transported to the hospital on April 15, 2015, was hemorrhaging.
The emergency was at the Planned Parenthood located at 123 E Indiana Ave in Spokane, Washington, Operated by: Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho.
From their report:
“This is Angie from Planned Parenthood. We need an ambulance for a patient we can’t get to stop bleeding,” a Planned Parenthood caller told a 911 dispatcher.
The Planned Parenthood worker was transferred to a Fire Department dispatcher who asked her what happened. The rest of the recording was redacted.
“Planned Parenthood in Spokane had no ability to treat this patient who suffered a common abortion complication. Many women are not aware that free-standing abortion facilities cannot help them in the event of a medical emergency and that there will be delays in receiving emergency care,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman.
Pro-life activists with Sidewalk Advocates for Life of Spokane shot video footage as an ambulance loaded a patient at the Indiana Health Center of Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Spokane, Washington, then sped away to a local hospital with lights flashing and sirens blaring.
Although there is no documentation the woman was having an abortion, Planned Parenthood has been negligent in getting help for abortion patients who were bleeding in the past.
Case in point is 24-year-old Tonya Reaves who bled for five hours after her abortion at a Chicago Planned Parenthood.
By the time Planned Parenthood got Tonya to the hospital it was too late and she died.
Read more on that here.
The CEO of Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho, once said the organization had an “image problem.”
When asked by a member about Planned Parenthood being known for abortion Karl Eastlund, President of Planned Parenthood of Greater Washington and North Idaho, responded, “We unfortunately do have a marketing and an image problem, so, we have not been able to sell to the public, and to inform them of the services we do as well as we would like to…”
Well, one thing is for sure, we can add “valet services” to that list. That is, they will call an ambulance for you – hopefully in time to help!