Planned Parenthood’s Margaret Sanger Center, an abortion facility in New York, has sent four patients to the hospital by ambulance so far in 2017. The most recent, according to Operation Rescue, was on May 13th. The pro-life group reports:
This represents the fourth emergency ambulance transport from Planned Parenthood’s flagship New York abortion facility in 2017, and the 17th overall medical emergency documented at Planned Parenthood abortion businesses around the nation this year.
Pro-lifers on the scene noted that emergency personnel arrived at 10:56 a.m. on the day of the incident and took a rolling chair into the abortion business. “However, the patient walked out of Planned Parenthood under her own power with a bit of assistance from another woman who had accompanied her to the abortion business,” says Operation Rescue.
The pro-life group also points to possible signs of a cover-up of the incident, noting that pro-lifers took photos, but “repeated efforts to obtain the 911 records have been completely ignored by the New York Fire Department.” The group also notes that “[a] search of the radio traffic archives for the most recent incident showed either static during the time of the emergency or had audio files missing altogether.”
Experiencing this type of obstruction is not new for Operation Rescue, which has encountered difficulties obtaining records of abortion facility emergency calls in the past, namely from the city of St. Louis, home to a large Planned Parenthood center which has been called the most dangerous abortion facility in the country.