NYC Planned Parenthood calls two ambulances in five days, totaling 32 emergencies in three years

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Operation Rescue is reporting that ambulances have been called for three different women in a span of just five days this month. The dangerous Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood in New York City has a history of harming women.

On Thursday, October 3, two ambulances — one from Mount Sinai Medical Center and one from the New York Fire Department — arrived at the abortion facility. A woman was taken out of Planned Parenthood on a gurney and brought to the emergency room, according to Operation Rescue.

Just two days later on October 5, a 19-year-old woman arrived at the abortion facility in “excruciating pain,” according to a witness. She had been to the facility a few days prior for an IUD insertion. Planned Parenthood was unable to help her, which Operation Rescue says is odd because IUD insertion and removal are supposed to be routine for the abortion corporation. An ambulance took the teen to Mount Sinai Medical Center.

READ: NYC Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood injures five women in seven weeks

Then on Monday, October 7, another ambulance arrived and took a woman on a gurney to the hospital. She had her face covered with a cloth when she was put in the ambulance.

Since 2016, Operation Rescue has reported on 32 medical emergencies at the Margaret Sanger Planned Parenthood with the frequency increasing since the passage of New York’s sweeping pro-abortion Reproductive Health Act on January 22, 2019. That law allowed for abortion through all nine months of pregnancy for any reason in the state, and allowed for non-doctors to commit abortions. There have already been 12 emergencies this year at the facility.

One pro-life activist who regularly prays and offers help to women outside of the Margaret Sanger center told Operation Rescue that she has seen an increase in “distressed patients” leaving the abortion facility in 2019. These women were crying, having trouble walking, and/or vomiting. Last year, a woman was unable to be taken from the building safely by gurney due to the small size of the elevator in the building. The abortion facility continues to put women’s lives at risk by not ensuring a proper and safe exit for injured patients and fighting safety regulations that would require their building to accommodate gurneys.

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