Abortion facility responsible for deaths of two women sends another to the hospital
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Abortion facility responsible for deaths of two women sends another to the hospital

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Update 9/26/19: 911 records have revealed that the woman injured on September 14 at Preterm abortion clinic in Cleveland, Ohio hemorrhaged and was drifting in and out of consciousness when 911 was called.

9/17/19: Preterm abortion facility in Cleveland, Ohio, has a consistent history of severely injuring women. On September 14, 2019, the facility injured another woman, who required emergency transport to a local emergency room.

According to the pro-life group Operation Rescue, a fire unit arrived at Preterm at 1:25 p.m. on September 14. Five minutes later, an ambulance with sirens on arrived at the scene. A woman covering her face exited the facility and entered the ambulance and then another woman was removed from Preterm on a gurney and put into the ambulance, which drove away with lights and sirens. Operation Rescue has requested the 911 records for this latest incident and is awaiting those.

Today the organization released the 911 recording regarding Tia Parks, a woman who, on June 8, 2019, went to Preterm for an abortion. The next day, she began hemorrhaging, and a friend called 911. Listen:

 

 

Preterm had failed to properly diagnosis Parks as being pregnant with fraternal twins — one which had implanted in a fallopian tube. The abortionist killed the baby in the uterus, but did not deal with the life-threatening ectopic pregnancy. The day after the abortion, Parks was at her friend’s home when her breathing became so labored and her pain so intense that she could barely speak. Parks was taken to the Cleveland Clinic where she died about two hours later.

READ: Whistleblower: Abortionist severely injured women, and Planned Parenthood did nothing

In 2014, Lakisha Wilson went to Preterm for an abortion at five months. She went into cardiac arrest, but the facility did not call 911 for thirty minutes. Preterm put only a pediatric oxygen mask on Wilson. By the time emergency responders arrived they were unable to save her because the undersized elevator at Preterm slowed them down. They were unable to intubate her because she would have to be lying flat, which was impossible in the elevator.

In November 2018, a woman called 911 from outside of Preterm telling the 911 dispatcher that she was “bleeding heavy” and that the clinic staff had “just left me bleeding like this” and put her out on the street because they were “ready to lock up.” An ambulance took the woman to Metro Hospital for treatment. Her upsetting 911 call can be heard below:

 

 

Preterm has proven itself to be a dangerous place for both preborn children and women. Despite this, remains open and as a result has injured another woman.

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