Planned Parenthood hospitalizes another injured woman

A 22-year old woman was transported by ambulance from the Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Walnut Creek, California

May 14, 2019: a 22-year old woman experiencing pain was taken from the Planned Parenthood abortion facility and transported by ambulance presumably to a hospital emergency room. (image from Operation Rescue)

As if another case in point is needed about Planned Parenthood lack of abortion safety, another young woman was transported by ambulance from the Planned Parenthood abortion facility in Walnut Creek, California.

The radio dispatch audio clip for this medical emergency notified the ambulance to respond “Code 3,” which requires the ambulance to run with lights and sirens for a 22-year old woman with pain.

Photographs provided by a local 40 Days for Life volunteer show a young Hispanic woman on a gurney outside Planned Parenthood as she was pushed to a Contra Costa County ambulance for transport, presumably to a nearby hospital emergency room.

Operation Rescue confirmed that the Walnut Creek Planned Parenthood actually conducts abortions through 23 weeks 6 days of pregnancy, even though the website indicates that its limit is 13 weeks 6 days.

Full story at Operation Rescue.

Comments

  1. I am neither an MD or other medical professional. I wonder how Planned Parenthoods ‘safety record’ compares to other medical facilities such as outpatient surgical centers, hospitals, etc. The article cites two incidents in two years. How does this facility compare to other PP facilities? Just the numbers please. Save the rhetoric for another article.

    • bohemond says

      PP is nothing more that a murder machine, its business leave 1 dead and 1 wounded…end of story

  2. Another piece of proof that refutes Planned Parenthood’s contention that its major emphasis is on womens’ health.

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