A Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Birmingham, Alabama, which has been open less than nine months, called 911 for a woman suffering a medical emergency on Friday, April 16, 2021.
A recording of the emergency radio dispatch indicated that the 911 call came in at about 9:34 a.m. Video taken at the scene showed a Black woman on a gurney with her arms folded across her abdomen. She was wheeled out the back door of the facility and loaded into a Birmingham Fire and Rescue ambulance.
The CEC for Life, which is an international pro-life organization based in Birmingham, Alabama, notified Operation Rescue of the incident and the two groups are working together to obtain more information about this obviously abortion-related emergency.
Planned Parenthood opened the 11,000 square-foot downtown facility in July 2020, but only began to conduct abortions in the fall of that year.
On January 14, 2021, an inspection was conducted by the Alabama Department of Public Health where the new facility* was cited for the failure of its medical director to properly certify abortionists working at the facility as competent to conduct abortions.
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Planned Parenthood’s previous Birmingham location was fraught with licensing issues.
- Its license was downgraded and placed on probation for a year in 2010 after a 2009 deficiency report noted it violated the Alabama Child Abuse Reporting Act, infection control standards, and negligent patient care practices.
- While under probation, Planned Parenthood’s abortionist, Aqua Don Umoran, ignored diagnostic evidence of an ectopic pregnancy and conducted a surgical suction abortion on a woman who later suffered serious complications and was hospitalized where she underwent emergency surgery. Umoran’s negligent acts left her infertile.
- Also while under probation, Planned Parenthood incompetently conducted an abortion on a second woman who was refused help with her complications. A pro-life activist helped the woman who was taken to a hospital where doctors found a dead baby in her womb and a serious, health-threatening infection.
- Even after all those issues, Planned Parenthood continued to act as though it is above the law. In 2016, Planned Parenthood was cited for health violations that included failure to wash hands between patients and properly sterilize surgical instruments and more.
While still at the old location, Planned Parenthood halted all abortions in 2017, after which it focused on fundraising to build the new facility where Friday’s medical emergency took place.
“Planned Parenthood may have a new facility, but it’s like putting lipstick on a pig,” said Operation Rescue President Troy Newman. “Lipstick doesn’t change the fact that the pig is still a pig, just as a new facility doesn’t change the fact that the Birmingham Planned Parenthood people continue to kill babies and injure women as they have done for years.”
This is a breaking story. Operation Rescue will post updates as they become available
LifeNews.com Note: Cheryl Sullenger is a leader of Operation Rescue.