Planned Parenthood Botches Abortion, Hospitalizes Woman in Delaware

State   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Feb 18, 2013   |   4:40PM   |   Wilmington, DE

Yesterday, a woman was taken by stretcher out the back of Planned Parenthood in Wilmington to a local emergency medical center following a botched abortion.

She was loaded into a St. Francis Hospital ambulance, according to Rae Stabosz of Newark, Delaware, who provided LifeNews with a video of the incident. Stabosz says the woman’s boyfriend, or husband, followed the ambulance in another vehicle on the way to the hospital.

Local pro-life advocates taking part in the 40 Days for Life pro-life prayer vigil filmed the video of the emergency at the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic at 625 Shipley St. in Wilmington.

“At approximately 12:30 p.m., a woman was brought out on a stretcher from the back door, loaded in the ambulance, and taken (presumably) to St. Francis Hospital in Wilmington, whose ambulance it was that answered the call,” pro-life advocates said. “It was the third such event witnessed by the 40 DFL Wilmington group in a two-year period. We wonder – how often does it happen when we are not there?”



Earlier this year, the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in St. Louis botched yet another abortion — its fourth recently.