Officials at a Planned Parenthood abortion business in Sarasota, Florida called police on Monday after an “unknown substance” was found in the building. Emergency personnel eventually sent 7 people to the hospital from the abortion facility.
Police later determined the dangerous substance was none other than baby food. Here’s more:
Seven people were taken to the hospital for evaluation, one declined medical assistance, and 34 others who were in the building were evacuated, Sarasota police said in a statement shortly after 12 p.m. local time.
There is no criminal investigation underway and staffers are expected to re-enter the building later today.
Police were summoned around 10:30 a.m. local time when people in the building were experiencing shortness of breath, WFLA reported.
In a statement, Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida confirmed no patients were on the site.
Two hazmat teams were also on the scene, located at 736 Central Ave.
Pro-life writer Mollie Hemingway had a little fun at Planned Parenthood’s expense:
Those HazMat teams confirmed that Planned Parenthood’s worst fears had come true.
It was baby food.
The local school sent out a note that all the children at the school were safe (no word on the safety of the children whose lives are ended at Planned Parenthood).
To recap: occupants of a Planned Parenthood clinic reported shortness of breath and sought major medical care and hazmat clean-up, putting neighborhood schools and cable news outlets on high alert, in response to baby food.
I don’t know which pro-lifer scripted today’s news, but kudos. A bit heavy-handed, perhaps, but they pulled it off.