More has been learned about a medical emergency transport of an African-American patient from Planned Parenthood on Boston on March 28, 2017 that was earlier reported by Operation Rescue.
According to newly-obtained 911 records that pertained to the response of a Fire Engine Unit 41, a 34-year old woman underwent an abortion procedure then began to hemorrhage.
According to the documents, abortionists at the Planned Parenthood facility were able to get the bleeding under control, but the patient’s condition still required additional hospital treatment that the abortion facility could not provide.
Boston EMS assumed control of patient care are once they arrived at the Planned Parenthood facility. The Fire Engine unit provided no care for the patient, and had only been dispatched to provide first aid until the EMS unit could arrive.
This is the fifth know medical emergency at the Boston Planned Parenthood over the past few years. So far in 2017, there have been 15 medical emergencies documented at Planned Parenthood abortion facilities nationwide.
“As Congress is attempting to defund Planned Parenthood, I urge House Speaker Paul Ryan to consider the women and innocent babies who are being maimed and killed at Planned Parenthood abortion facilities. The shoddy treatment women receive at these so-called ‘clinics’ is being enabled with our tax dollars. Most Americans find that morally and ethically reprehensible. Congress, in part, bears responsibility for the human misery inflicted by Planned Parenthood due to their inability to act,” said Troy Newman, President of Operation Rescue.
Operation Rescue published a video earlier this year featuring just 18 of the known 42 medical emergencies that have been documented since January 2016, including the death of Cree Erwin-Sheppard, who died as the result of a botched abortion she received at a Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Kalamazoo, Michigan on June 30, 2017. She suffered for three days in excruciating pain from an untreated uterine perforation before succumbing to her injuries.