Kansas abortion business botches fourth procedure this year

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Just weeks after voters chose to keep abortion enshrined as a “right” in the Kansas constitution, a woman has been injured at an abortion facility in Wichita.

Operation Rescue reported that Ashley Brink, director of the Trust Women abortion facility, called 911 on August 9, 2022, to report a hemorrhage. Multiple emergency teams were dispatched, with personnel arriving within 15 minutes to take the woman to the hospital. She was loaded onto a gurney and taken to the hospital with lights and sirens flashing.

Mark Gietzen, director of Kansas Coalition for Life, arrived at the hospital at the same time as the ambulance; the woman was taken into the emergency room with the ambulance engine still running and lights still flashing. According to the computer-aided dispatch (CAD) transcript, the woman was suffering from “SERIOUS bleeding” and a “POSSIBLY DANGEROUS hemorrhage.”

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There have been numerous injuries reported at Trust Women this year, located in the same building that once housed late-term abortionist George Tiller’s facility; three took place within just a few months. Each emergency involved a hemorrhage, a known risk of abortions. Operation Rescue has also previously noted that Kansas does not require abortion facilities to be licensed or inspected, meaning there is essentially no oversight into the abortion industry by state officials.

“We do not know if this woman survived this tragic medical emergency, but we do know it could have been prevented,” Operation Rescue President Troy Newman said. “And that is exactly why Operation Rescue continues to do what the media fails to do – to inform the public about abortionists who consistently put women at risk while getting rich from killing babies who could be placed in loving homes, either with biological parents, relatives, or adoptive parents. More important than ever is the work of pregnancy resource centers, as well as the presence of pro-lifers on the sidewalks outside abortion facilities who offer real help to expectant mothers.”

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