Ambulance Takes Woman to Local Hospital After Abortion Clinic Injures Her in Botched Abortion

State   |   Jerry Cox   |   May 10, 2022   |   3:48PM   |   Little Rock, Arkansas

Around 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday pro-lifers reported seeing a woman transported by ambulance from Little Rock Family Planning Services — Arkansas’ only surgical abortion facility. Photos and video footage of the incident show what appear to be abortion facility staff and volunteers escorting a woman from the facility to an ambulance waiting outside.

Below is video footage provided to Family Council. Abortion clinic staff use a sheet and umbrella to hide the botched abortion so it won’t be held accountable.

At this time, nothing is known about the woman’s condition.

Unfortunately, this is not an isolated incident. We have written repeatedly about ambulances sighted at the surgical abortion facility in Little Rock over the years. Last year Operation Rescue determined that Little Rock Family Planning Services had requested ambulance transports more than 60 times.

Incidents like these are part of what prompted the Arkansas Legislature to enact Act 740 of 2021 last year. The law requires abortionists to maintain transfer agreements with local hospitals to handle these sorts of emergencies.

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According to documents Family Council obtained from the Arkansas Department of Health last year, Little Rock Family Planning Services maintains an ambulance transport agreement with MEMS and a hospital transfer agreement with the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

As far as Family Council can tell, Act 740’s requirements have prevented Planned Parenthood from performing abortions at its new facility in Rogers.

Seeing an ambulance at an abortion facility is a sobering reminder that abortion takes the life of an unborn child, and it carries serious health risks for women.

LifeNews Note: Jerry Cox is the president of the Arkansas Family Council. File photo.