Life News:The Delaware affiliate of the Planned Parenthood abortion business has injured two women in two weeks in failed abortions. Operation Rescue has published newly-obtained 911 recordings of two medical emergencies at Planned Parenthood in Wilmington, Delaware, which took place on February 8, and 16, 2013. LifeNews previously reported on one of the incidents.
According to information the pro-life group provided LifeNews today, patients were transported to a local hospital with abortion complications that could not be managed by abortionists and nurses who attended the women at the clinic. The 911 recordings were obtained through Freedom of Information Act requests made by a participant in a local 40 Days for Life campaign with the assistance of Operation Rescue. While prayer vigil participants were present for the incident on the 16th, they were unaware that another medical emergency had taken place at that same Planned Parenthood abortion clinic just 8 days earlier until they received the open records files.
The pro-life group says the caller indicated that they were using an emergency non rebreather on the patient, which is a mask with a flat bag that used in emergency situations to provide oxygen to the patient. However, the non rebreather seemed inadequate, because the caller told the dispatcher that they were “getting ready to bag” the patient. “Bagging” a patient is done with a hand-held device used to provide positive pressure ventilation to a patient who is not breathing or who is breathing inadequately. It is an emergency resuscitative measure. Paramedics and an ambulance were dispatched to the scene. The outcome of this patient’s medical emergency is unknown.
As LifeNews initially reported, a second medical emergency at Planned Parenthood in Wilmington, which was witnessed by pro-life activists, took place on February 16. Video was taken by Rae Stabosz during a 40 Days for Life prayer vigil that shows a woman on a gurney with a possible IV bag containing plasma or other blood products. The partially-redacted 911 recording confirmed that the patient suffered heavy bleeding. The Planned Parenthood employee that placed the call opted for response by paramedics instead of a simple ambulance transfer, indicating that the patient needed emergency care. She was rushed to St. Francis Hospital for emergency treatment, Operation Rescue said. These incidents comprise the third and fourth medical emergencies observed or documented by prayer vigil participants at Planned Parenthood in Wilmington over a two-year period. “We wonder – how often does it happen when we are not there?” asked Stabosz.