At least four women have suffered abortion complications this year at an Albuquerque abortion facility, according to Abortion Free New Mexico.
The pro-life organization documented the abortion injuries at the University of New Mexico Center for Reproductive Health, an abortion facility that aborts unborn babies up to 24 weeks of pregnancy.
The latest occurred Wednesday, according to the organization. Pro-life sidewalk counselors said they witnessed a woman being placed into an ambulance and taken to the emergency room during the lunch hour.
Tara Shaver, of Abortion Free New Mexico, said pro-lifers are calling on state health authorities to immediately close the abortion facility.
“It’s only February and we have now documented FOUR abortion related injuries at UNMCRH so far this year!” Shaver said. “As these abortion complications pile up, it’s clear that abortion is not healthcare.”
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Six days earlier, on Feb. 9, Shaver said pro-life volunteers who peacefully pray on the sidewalk witnessed another woman being placed into ambulance. Her organization said it learned of a third women who suffered a complication Jan. 13 that resulted in other patients’ abortion appointments being rescheduled, and witnessed a fourth woman being placed into an ambulance Jan. 31.
“Women who enter abortion facilities are healthy and whole, carrying another human life in their womb,” Shaver said. “Far too often they leave broken physically, emotionally and spiritually because abortion kills their child, violently robbing them of the beautiful gift of life.”
Abortion Free New Mexico speculated about whether the injuries may be related to an abortion training program with University of New Mexico medical students.
“The steady rate of abortion injuries at this location raises red flags about who is causing these injuries on unsuspecting women, most of whom are traveling here from out of state,” the organization wrote in an email this week.
Pro-life leaders with the organization said they plan to file complaints with authorities, and they hope the abortion facility will be investigated.
“It is imperative that our culture recognize that both pregnant mom and baby are patients worthy of protecting,” Shaver said.
New Mexico allows unborn babies to be aborted for any reason up to birth, and new abortion businesses are opening there after nearby Texas and Oklahoma banned abortions and Utah and Arizona may do the same.